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second sacker

n. the second baseman in baseball. The second sacker missed the throw, and the runner went on home.
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Recalling his experience, Sgt Sacker said: "I was terrified.
Unfortunately, Sacker noted that regardless of the formula, consumers do not apply enough sunscreen for proper protection.
Injuries to Jason Peters, Todd Herremans and Jason Kelce had already left the Eagles in trouble and with guard Evan Mathis, probably their best surviving lineman, in danger of missing the game with an ankle injury things could get ugly against Cincinnati, the league's leading sackers.
Christopher Hopkins, prosecuting, told the court Sacker was employed as a social care worker by Knowsley Council at the house in Acre Green, Halewood, where the two women lived.
324 with 21 home runs and 120 RBIs in 2007, and a reasonable fan might submit that performance as the best ever by a Sox third sacker.
In a short story that Arthur Conan Doyle wrote in 1886, Holmes' first name was Sherrinford and his intellectual friend was called Ormond Sacker.
The TV campaign features grocery store employees Evan, an optimistic grocery sacker with five years of service and big future plans, and Jerry, a naive 16-year-old who is Evan's dutiful trainee.
They are: Hilda Escobar, a legal secretary; Linda Fraser, an attorney who worked as a legal secretary; Neil Sacker, an attorney and personal friend; Else Latinovic, who worked as a law firm office administrator; Latinovic's mother, Anita; and Dolores Valdez, O'Donnell's personal secretary.
Ira Sacker, head of the Eating Disorders Clinic at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York.
But he also is the third grocery sacker from the same store to win the state competition for sacking with speed.
Charlie Hustle was a better outfielder and first and third baseman than he was a second sacker, but how do you keep major league baseball's all-time hits leader out of the lineup?
We're grateful to all of the investors and finance industry veterans who have continued to support us in this transition, among them Mike Goguen, Michael Singer, Guy Inzalaco, Waleed Al Ibrahim, Zeid Masri, Roy Salter, Mike Witherill, Jon Merriman, Peter Coleman and their team at Merriman Curhan Ford, Bryan LaCour and his Union Bank entertainment group, and Joe Crabb and his team at Squire Sanders," said Neil Sacker, Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer.
Sergeant John Sacker, from Well Lane police station, said: "Now the house has been shut down the law-abiding residents of Kelvin Road will no longer have to put up with the problems they have suffered.