Both off-site and off site are correct in different circumstances. E.g. "I am taking the car off site." "Fred's not here because he's an off-site worker"
All football games
If by NZ you mean New Zealand, the best place to get football shirts would be online. It's cheaper and as long as you buy off a reliable site, it's easier.
football stadium, pub or sofa.
Yes, but it is hyphenated off-site.
It is called a kick-off in English football.
While visiting the site of Uga Football a subscriber can learn about Georgia University's football team. This is the official site for the school's football team and host apparel, tickets and virtual tours of the stadium.
Tap: dummy half caught, off site, change over
The LFC Online site is, in fact, affiliated with the Liverpool football team. For more information about the team or the coaches, check out the LFC Online site.
You are supposed to hyphenate compound adjectives. Off-site Data Center. Off-Site is an adjective that describes the Data Center. It can be an off-site data center or a data center that is located off site. The only exception is if the first adjective ends in "ly" like highly recommended. Which off-site data center does not. See the Wiki. Another way to remember it is you can't have an "off" data center or a "site" data center. You need the hyphen to connect off-site in order for it to describe the data center.
Online there is a site called The Football Pools. These site offers users the option to enter football pools online. It also offers other services like lotteries and slot games.
College football kicks off at the 35-yard line.
What is the date of the football league 2 play off final
Annex, branch, off-site
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Football as in soccer: Yes Football as in the american sport: No
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Check this site for the latest football rules;http://football.changerules.net
off-site is very Glenna site that's not good But on-site is very must because all lines are open to submit the form, to take any type of information and etc.
Off-site means in a location separate from the computer site. In the world of computing, the acronym TLS stands for Transport Layer Security.