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What is the noun of sack?
The word 'sack' is a noun as a word for a large strong bag of a coarsely woven material, a similar container of paper or plastic. The verb 'to sack' is to plunder a captured place or to place in a sack. The noun forms of the verb to sack are sacker and the gerund, sacking. ...
A sack has lintles in the top and peas in the bottom how do you get the peas in to another sack with out spilling the peas you cant pour the lintles on the floor or put a hole in the sack?
Put the original sack into another sack. Hoorah!
Is a sack considered a tackle for a loss in the stat category. or is a sack a sack and a tackle for a loss is basically anybody other than the quarterback who gets tackled behind the line of scrimmage?
a sack of a quarterback behind the line of scrimage, that is a sack