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Touchline

The highest price a buyer of a security is willing to pay and the lowest price a seller is willing to sell at a given time. The touch line, like the bid-ask spread, represents the best price available for a security. Generally speaking, the more liquid an asset is, the lower the bid-ask spread is. As a result, currency, which is considered the most liquid asset, has an extremely low bid-ask spread.
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But they didn't trust Sexton to convert from the touch-line.
According to touch-line, Celtic would win their next two matches, at home to Dundee United and then at Easter Road, but Rangers would not slip, winning 1-0 at Hibs then clinching the title with a 3-0 win against Aberdeen, making them champions with a week to go.
James added the conversion point with a splendid 35-metre kick from the touch-line.
The constant interviewing of managers is a real bore, and their touch-line animations are nauseating.
Scrum-half Shaun Perry picked up a ruck 45 metres out on five minutes and broke down the left touch-line past two defenders to cross in the corner with Gareth Cull adding a superb conversion.
Rovers' joint-caretaker manager Russell Osman was banished from the touch-line during a stormy second period and, despite a strong late rally, the home side just could not force a second equaliser.
Veteran defender John Kennedy whipped over a wicked cross from the left touch-line, George O'Boyle flicked it on and the towering Keenan headed past Paul Strannery.
O'Gara struck a drop-goal from the middle of the pitch, but Stade Francais No 8 Christophe Juillet found space to score a try and Dominguez kicked a magnificent penalty from the left touch-line.
Newcastle's England striker Alan Shearer will grab the unwanted headlines from a drab 0-0 Premiership encounter at Filbert Street, after appearing to kick Leicester midfielder Neil Lennon in the face in a touch-line bust-up.
He's always like a bomb waiting to explode on the touch-line, and if he thought it was pressurised at Swindon - just wait until he's trying to get three points from Old Trafford
Money was sent from the touch-line after haranguing the officials over their failure to deal with a perceived foul on Ishmel Demontagnac.
Gareth Cull pushed a long range penalty just wide of the target after 12 minutes, but Nuns eventually made the breakthrough on 18 minutes when Lee Parry used his searing pace to charge up the touch-line before slipping a perfectly-timed inside pass to flanker Tristan Prosser-Shaw for a superb try, Cull converting.