Using a hand and straight arm at the opponents head or chest area to avoid a tackle.
to turn around, spin, or rotate rapidly
difficult; presenting special challenges
strikingly bright, vivid, or glowing
a painting of a person's face
to search thoroughly or actively through (a place, receptacle, etc.), especially by moving around, turning over, or looking through contents
to shake or tremble from cold, weakness, fear, anger
overrun; filled with pests
an admission of misdeeds or faults
the place where an animal or plant naturally lives
to utter a low, usually nasal, complaining cry or sound, as from uneasiness, discontent, peevishness, etc.
very unpleasant; annoying; offensive
a defensive player in the backfield
a sailor in the U.S. Navy
a small, separate show, often featuring an exhibit of unusual people or animals
"batten down the hatch"
to cover the openings in a ship's deck; used here to mean close the door
the tendon that runs up the back of the ankle, connecting the heel to the calf muscle