To say that one sport is better than another depends on who you ask. For instance some may say that football is more exiting than basketball while others may say it is more dangerous.
It was closing time so everyone was exiting the building.
It can be an adjective OR a noun, OR a verb form. The word exiting is the present participle of the verb to exit, and can be a gerund (noun) as in "Exiting the building was the best option." It can be an adjective as in "The exiting voters were polled by the party workers."
Now exiting (now quitting) is translated into "Stängs nu ner". Now exiting (now leaving) is translated into "Lämnar nu".
Exiting is a verb. (Present participle of exit)Example, 'He is exiting the room'.*The similarly spelled word "exciting" is an adjective, with "excitingly" as the adverb form.
the three second rule doesn't only apply to high school basketball, it applys to any basketball (including the NBA). The three second rule is when three seconds have been spent in the 'key' consecutively without exiting and re-entering the key. In which case, this is a turnover
You fulfillment of living.
A lot less because the water is flowing if it is exiting and it depends on the water pipe size.