Kitten ball is another name for softball. Softball was invented in 1887 and was designed to be an indoor sport. In 1895, a member of the Minneapolis, Minnesota fire department named Lewis Rober invented outdoor softball and named it Kitten League Ball, which was subsequently shortened to Kitten Ball. The name was changed from kitten ball to diamond ball in 1922 and eventually to softball in 1926.
Depending on the amount of th playground equipment and the terms that are mention in your homeowner insurance you may have your playground covered.
Nothing - both terms are interchangeable - and refer to the same area. You could say "The playground is 30 metres square" - OR - "The playground is 30 square metres"
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The battery in baseball terms is the pitcher and the catcher.
Yes, by technical terms.
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.
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Spiranthes lucida is the scientific name of the Shining Ladies' Tresses Orchid.Specifically, the binomial, Latin or scientific name honors the spiral nature of the orchid's stem in terms of genus. Regarding species, the name honors the glossy nature of the leaves and the shimmer of its flowers. Another common name is Wide-leaved Ladies' Tresses.
There are 16 teams in the American League 14 in the National League
baseball or football
"The battery" refers to a team's pitcher and catcher.
Spiranthes lucida is the scientific name of the Wide-leaved Ladies' Tresses Orchid.Specifically, the binomial, Latin or scientific name honors the spiral nature of the orchid's stem in terms of genus. Regarding species, the name honors the glossy nature of the leaves and the shimmer of its flowers. Another common name is Shining Ladies' Tresses.
Those are terms used in the sport of baseball.
IBB in baseball terms means Intentional Base on Balls issued to a batter.
Laws or policies made by the management (school, government etc), that are intended to improve health of the community. eg. "No smoking within 100metres of a children's playground."
Since the words "Ladies" and "Gentlemen" were both in his vocabulary, he could have said "ladies and gentlemen". However, these terms in his day were very specific markers of social class. He himself worked very hard to be entitled to call himself "William Shakespeare, gentleman". The only way he was allowed to call himself that was because his father had been granted a coat of arms. You will note that when Viola in Twelfth Night describes her parentage to Olivia she says, "I am a gentleman." That would specifically describe Cesario's social class, a class below Olivia's. Women were often called "ladies" when they were of various social classes. Thus Shakespeare conjoins lords and gentlemen, lords and ladies, and ladies and gentlemen. E.g. "Welcome, gentlemen! ladies that have their toes Unplagued with corns will have a bout with you." (Romeo and Juliet, 1,5)
Two of the English terms for 'okra' include ' ladies' fingers' and 'gumbo'. 'Okra' is used in the United States and in the Philippines. It has variations like 'okro' that is used in Nigeria.
It stands for Captain which is why players such as Jason Varitek wear it.
Walk is a baseball term. West coast offense, wildcat formation and wishbone are football terms. Wedge, whiff and woods are golf terms. Wrist shot and wrap around are hockey terms.