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get untracked

To become successful, usually as of athletes or sports teams. It took us a while, but we finally got untracked halfway through the season.
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get untracked

get into your stride or find your winning form, especially in sporting contexts. US
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General merchandise (tracked and untracked combined) generated $25.
And expired certificates block legitimate machine-to-machine communications just as surely as expired domain names block legitimate user access; untracked SSH entitlements expose machines to breaches in the same way that untracked privileged-account access does; and recovering from certificate authority (CA) compromises is as difficult as recovering from major software vulnerabilities.
The deserved second goal came five minutes before the break, when defender Jason Pearce - a transfer target for Ipswich - went untracked by the Posh defence and glanced home a Liam Lawrence corner.
Last night started off exactly like that, but Worcester finally got untracked and found a way to beat the Pirates, 3-2.
2-1 (Henderson 66mins): Took Muntari's driven cross on his chest as he ran untracked from right to left inside the area, and lashed a left-foot shot high into the top left-hand corner.
For example, after the polls closed, a report was received which indicated that an untracked U.
Defenders Jamie Collins and Paul Cochlin were both untracked at free-kicks and they headed the goals that gave County a firm grip on the game inside 11 minutes.
This allows them to remain free and untracked," he added.
c) Are there differences in the number of high-achieving students associated with tracked and untracked schools?
The full-back was untracked as he received the pass and curled in a 15-yarder.
This study examines tracking--the practice of grouping students into separate classes or courses based on their prior academic achievement--at the middle-school level, and the percentage of high-achieving students in tracked and untracked schools.
His travels have included spending seven months in Antarctica with the British Antarctic Survey, a winter in Spitzbergen surveying 350km of untracked mountains and glaciers, and a 400-mile unsupported sled traverse of the Greenland icecap.
Allowing logging to take place there would signify a reversal of the contentious Clinton-era "roadless rule" banning road-building and resource extraction on 58 million untracked acres within the country's sprawling national forest system.
26 (VOI) - Iraq's three-member presidency board on Tuesday approved a law rewarding informers for unveiling details about untracked state properties.