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sin-bin

n. a van fitted with bedding as a place for necking and lovemaking. Willy said he was saving his money to buy a sin-bin so he could have more fun on dates.
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Sky Bet quote 5-1 for sin-bins to be used at next summer's World Cup finals.
Common offences for the sin-bin include fighting between players, and professional fouls, such as deliberately slowing down the play-the-ball.
However, sin-bins had been introduced for the knock-out phases, so the referee, who awarded 49 penalties in the game, was proved correct.
However, it was a disbelieving Howard who found himself in the sin-bin and Dawson slotted a simple 15-metre penalty.
GAA president Sean Kelly and referee Pat McEnaney confirmed at a news conference during the All-Stars tour that the sin-bin would not be used in the National League.
Volley also spent 10 minutes in the sin-bin, but both he and Worsley finished on the score sheet as Wasps ran riot in the second half.
Both players being farcically recalled after only a couple of minutes because of confusion over whether the sin-bin is used in this contest.
GAA President Sean Kelly has admitted that the controversial sin-bin rule will more than likely be altered - sooner rather than later.
LLANELLI clinched a record 14th Cup final appearance as Wales' captain Rob Howley slumped in the sin-bin.
GAA chiefs last night admitted that the controversial sin-bin is completely unworkable in its current format.
IT'S only been back a few weeks, but already there has been a lot of garbage talked about the return of the sin-bin in rugby union.
LAOIS boss Mick O'Dwyer admitted that the sin-bin rule needs to be looked at after EIGHT players were yellow-carded during the course of yesterday's exciting O'Byrne Cup semi-final.
Copsey was warned by the referee in a pre-season friendly against Saracens, sin-binned for stamping against Ebbw Vale last week, and had already had one visit to the sin-bin again last night before his injury-time dismissal by International referee Clayton Thomas after he lunged recklessly with his left boot.
The Lilywhites supremo sees a great deal of merit in the sin-bin which has caused much controversy since its introduction for the secondary provincial football competitions.