An indirect free kick would be awarded to the opposing team at the location where the goal keeper touched it.
It picks up oxygen
According to the FIFA Laws of the Game if a player passes it with their feet to the goal keeper who then picks it up in the penalty area, then play is stopped and the restart is an IFK for the opponents.
No. It is an indirect free kick.
If the pass was kicked with the foot, then play will be restarted with an indirect free kick for the opponents at the location the goal keeper touched it with their hands. This would be somewhere within the penalty area, of course. If not passed with the feet, then the goal keeper may take possession with their hands. Trying to circumvent this law with trickery is misconduct. E.g. Using the feet to pop the ball up in order to head it to the goal keeper.
Well sometimes the keeper picks the ball out of the net and lumps it up the pitch. Or get the ball back to the half way line.
MLB not the player?
As blood passes through capillaries in the small intestine, it picks up nutrients from the digestive tract. It may also pick up cellular wastes from digestive cells and leave nutrients that those cells need.
Usually someone picks it up.
The devil appears
Deoxygenated, it picks up oxygen when it passes the gills.