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Racket

1. A fraudulent or otherwise illegal business practice. For example, a Ponzi scheme is a racket because no service is offered: new investors simply pay old investors.

2. A company that engages in illegal or fraudulent activities.
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When he visits Germany, he will buy a Volkl tennis racquet, a brand he has used since childhood.
Increasing vertical velocity of the racquet head, near impact, also likely improves forehand groundstroke effectiveness (Takahashi et al., 1996); however, racquet trajectory, in the vertical plane, varies among different levels of players and different stroke types (Reid et al., 2013).
"Before, I would maybe have smashed a racquet and lost the first set.
Try to loosen your grip and make sure your shoulders are properly aligned directly above the hips whilst swinging the racquet, as unnecessary forces impact the muscles and tendons.
I dreamed of being a Wimbledon champion - well, for a fortnight anyway before putting the racquet back in the shed to gather dust.
GIRL: Wilson Tour Junior tennis racquet, Sports Direct, was PS31.99, now PS15.99.
Comparison of the dominant and non-dominant side of the racquet players was done using 2-tailed, dependent-sample paired t test.
I am happy to present him a racquet for his birthday.
Federer, who uses the Wilson tennis racquets in his matches, is featured in the company's new videos of a new Federer collection "Betterer".
Fieldings Auctioneers, which offered the dress as a part of a lot which included the tennis racquet confirmed the dress had smashed its 2,000 pounds estimate.
The handmade dress which featured in the world-famous Tennis Girl Athena poster, plus the racquet, is to go under the hammer on Wimbledon ladies' finals day at Fieldings Auctioneers in Stourbridge.
But, refused to buy me a racquet or any other equipment, until I really started to learn.