High Ball

High Ball

In auto sales, to give a potential customer an artificially large trade-in value for his/her vehicle in order to encourage him/her to purchase another automobile.
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O'Connor's aerial threat was a huge factor and at the death he broke a high ball into Fortune's path and he had an easy finish as Gaels became the first Cavan side to make the final since 1995.
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Both the Sharks and Saracens had exposed Wasps' vulnerability under the high ball over Christmas, so Young's planned changes, plus a lot of hard yards on the training ground, were intended to remedy the problem.
2 With ten minutes remaining, a simple enough high ball and a headed flick from Massimo Luongo put Phillips away with a chance to clinch the game with pace and poor positioning - albeit when chasing the game - once again Cardiff's enemy.
The keeper went off after his attempted punch at a high ball saw him clash with Martin McNiff before Andy Russell's double fired the Shielfield side two goals clear.
ABSOLUT CHERRYS WITH COLA INGREDIENTS: One part Absolut Cherrys Vodka, three parts cola METHOD: Half-fill a high ball glass with ice.
He also hits hard in the tackle and is generally pretty good under the high ball.
The 27-old was a rock under the high ball all day, had a hand in two tries and scored another as the Tigers showed the reigning champions the exit door.
But with nine minutes left Leslie challenged keeper Jamie Barclay to a high ball and Gunn nipped in to apply the final touch.
After strong performances in defeat against Wales and France, the 19-year-old Glasgow Warriors back was starved of ball in attack in the 32-14 loss in Dublin, while also struggling under the high ball.
Matthew Bailey, Rangers' full back, lived up to his billing as Mr Safe Hands, collecting high ball after high ball.
He took a good high ball, didn't take his eye off it and then opened up from the covering defence.
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