the back thing of a car is a boot or often know as trunk. Also on top of the trunk is a thing called a spoiler
The thing on the back of books is call ed a gurgle.
Assuming you mean back and forth from sideline to sideline or baseline to baseline, that would be called a suicide.
square up, find an open area , focus, and aim for the backboard or the back of the rim
That doesn't really make sense. If you figure out the square root of the number, the whole point is to find a number which, when squared, gives you back the original number. Therefore, there is no such thing as a "square root that can't be squared".
It is called a key
Oklahoma A&M, now called Oklahoma State.
The skin on the back of one's elbow is called olecranal skin, or colloquially, a weenis.
'Back to the Future' was filmed on a back-lot of Universal Studios called the "Courthouse Square" in California .
It's a rectangle NOT a square, with 2" thick line. This rectangle which is centered behind the ring shall have outside dimensions of 24" horizontally and 18" vertically.
There will be none because they didnt have cameras back then! anyways it would be a peach because that was the first thing used
No, it's called "blocking out" or "boxing out." Getting your defender out of the way.
no basketball was unfortunantly not invented back then
there is nickel-back and there is a play type called Dime but I'm not sure if there is a position dime-back
Some used machete's and some used a thing called a scythe. Scythe is pronounced with the y sounding like an i.
Gravity affects the bounce of a basketball because if there is gravity, the basketball will come back down after it bounces. But if there is no gravity, the basketball will bounce and travel indefinitely upwards and never come back down until a gravitational force pulls the basketball towards it.
a little thing called BRACES
It's called a shuttlecock.
when you press in basketball is when you pressure or play close defence in the back-court