That is when a batter hits the ball in the air and the defender catches it before it hits the ground. Generally, the term 'fly out' is used with a ball hit to an outfielder. The tern 'pop out' is used with a ball hit to an infielder.
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That is a computer term. It is a horizontal version of the dropdown menu, where the submenus "flyout" from the side when you mouse over or click the main item.
strikeout, groundout, flyout, tagout
A flyout is when the defender catches the ball without the ball hitting the ground
Center fielder Bernie Williams.
He invented a trick called the "sheck-liar" which is a Indy kickflip flyout
They take on average 1 aircraft in / out every 50 seconds - base average is 1919 a day in movements
If you are referring to the narrative that starts when the A's lose after the pop flyout in the 2002 ALDS, it was Ice-T
Bushisms are quotations of President George Bush which typify his unique language style. Slate magazine publishes these quotations daily and you can read some of them here: http://www.slate.com/id/2179565/fr/flyout
A putout in baseball is the person who has the ball when the out is made. example: on a strike out the putout goes to the catcher on a ground out to the 1st baseman the 1st baseman gets the putout on a flyout the one who catches the ball gets the putout
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You can create a tool by dragging objects from your drawing onto a tool palette. You can then use the new tool to create objects with the same properties as the object you dragged onto the tool palette.Tool palettes are tabbed areas within the Tool Palettes window. The items you add to a tool palette are called tools. You can create a tool by dragging any of the following, one at a time, onto your tool palette:Geometric objects such as lines, circles, and polylinesDimensionsBlocksHatchesSolid fillsGradient fillsRaster imagesExternal references (xrefs)You can then use the new tool to create objects in your drawing with the same properties as the object you dragged to the tool palette. For example, if you drag a red circle with a lineweight of .05 mm from your drawing to your tool palette, the new tool creates a red circle with a lineweight of .05 mm. If you drag a block or xref to a tool palette, the new tool inserts the block or xref with the same properties into your drawing.When you drag a geometric object or a dimension onto a tool palette, the new tool is automatically created with an appropriate flyout. Dimension tool flyouts, for example, provide an assortment of dimension styles. Click the arrow on the right side of the tool icon on the tool palette to display the flyout. When you use a tool on a flyout, the object in the drawing has the same properties as the original tool on the tool palette.