stopping the ball with your chest, knee, foot or any body part except for your hands/arms
TRAP. You trap the ball to stop it
stopping the ball with your chest, knee, foot or any body part except for your hands and/or arms
Three ways to trap the ball as if was being passed to you is by the inside of your foot (absorbing the pressure from the pass), the outside of the foot, or from off of your body (i.e. chest, thigh, head etc.).
When you stop the ball with your feet you 'trap' the ball.
If a dog has eaten a Combat ant trap, the dog should be seen by an animal hospital immediately because this could result in death.
You buy a leg trap, a body trap or a live trap. Decent body traps cost 8-10$. Put the Body trap in the lake, river, or pond and check it every day. (you can do this for any trap) good live traps are 40$. Good leg traps are start at 10$.
chest trap, instep trap, thigh trap, just get the ball under control!
The ear produces ear wax which is familial to many. It is also called cerumen. It can trap fungi and insects. It also has some antibacterial qualities. Cleaning the ear canal should be done by an expert. Dizziness can result from removal.
Stone floors are cold because they are conductors and do not trap heat as a result. Carpets are insulators and are able to trap the warm air as a result.
It means to stop the ball with your foot, thigh, or chest.
usually it is called a trap or trapping the ball
To be trapped in soccer is to be surrounded by opposing players with no teamates around you for you to pass to. Usually only two opposing players trap a person.
A silt trap is a designated area where water that is contaminated with suspended sediment as a result of construction activity or water runoff is contained. While the water is in a silt trap, the sediment can settle to the bottom of the trap until it can be removed.
A tax trap is a tax law provision that can result from a taxpayer's loss of an otherwise available tax benefit from a transaction.
I believe you are referring to Cilia, which are hairlike projections that trap dirt in the body.
The trap should be before the vent. The trap is used to maintain a watter barrier to prevent waste water and sewer gasses from entering the home. The vent is use after the trap to allow the water to flow freely in the pipe with out drawing the water from the trap.
Lots of terms are used, like a trap, a block an interception and many others.
They need to be trained to pass, trap, steal, kick, trick, and protecting the ball
I don't to act fat but trap them for food.Maybe a few a day.
The condensate drain on the a-coil should have a trap and the trap should be vented for proper operation . The vent should rise above the top edge of the drain pan in the unit. Their should be a capped clean out before the vent.
An S trap is not allowed in a plumbing system. Only a P-Trap
That depends on what you are trying to trap, but look for where what it is you are after is traveling and place it along the route. Bait may will help lead them to the trap also.
When a ball is travelling towards the player and he stops it and then maintains close control of it, he is trapping the ball.