Those are terms used in the sport of baseball.
'Hold out' is a term used not only in baseball but in most sports. It means a player has not signed a contract and, in most cases, is looking for better contract terms such as more money or a longer length of time.
It means "games behind". It is used to show how many games a team is behind the leader.
It depends on the brand of baseball, and your definition of used, in some cases yes a used one will travel farther, but if the ball is OVER used then you will get better results from a ball fresh from the package.
Geometry is used in baseball in the shape of the field and diamond. It is also used when players decide where they need to throw the ball.
Geometry is used by many things, in many different ways.
Such terms are called axioms, or postulates.Exactly which terms are defined to be axioms depends on the specific system used.
Geometry is used mainly in construction.
In geometry, deductive rules can be used to prove conjectures.
Faces are a term used in Geometry to describe a side on a three-dimensional figure
It can be used as a side length, which has many possibilities to figure with.
It is a very basic concept which cannot be defined. Undefined terms are used to define other concepts. In Euclidean geometry, for example, point, line and plane are not defined.
Euclid's work was geometry, many jobs use geometry such as engineers and architecture
Here is the most comprehensive Glossary of baseball collectible terms on the internet complete with pictures, and cross reference links. There are many terms used in describing special baseball cards on this page as well as other baseball memorabila. I will be adding more words, terms and phrases in the coming weeks. I will leave a link below to the page.
Yes. Even though those terms are left undefined, they are used together with ordinary words to define other geometric terms.
Fun geometry, specific geometry, monster geometry, egg geometry, trees, turtles.