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walkover

n. an easy victory; an easy task. (From sports.) Learning the computer’s operating system was no walkover for me.
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Depending on job requirements, most utility projects with small- and medium-size drilling equipment (generally those with 5,000 to 90,000 pounds of pullback) use the basic steering technology of early drill units: the orientation of a slant-face drill head is monitored by a crew member with a handheld, walkover receiver that provides information about the location and orientation of the drill head, and that information is used to make steering corrections.
Other than for Croxteth's John Donnelly, who lost to Fox ABCs quality bantamweight Kallum D'Eath, 26-11, it was good news all round for the West Lancs Liverpool team who beat East Lancs Manchester 9-1, plus two walkovers, to make the national quarterfinals at the Olympia on Wednesday, November 15 (12pm & 6pm).
THIRD TEAMS CUP: Durham City 16 Horden 8, Sunderland walkover Billingham, Seaton Carew II 0 Darlington Mowden Park 53, Blaydon 3 Winlaton II 3 (Winlaton progress on away team ruling), Stockton 5 Darlington 41, Ryton 16 Gateshead 16 (Gateshead progress on away team ruling).
Iraq is not Afghanistan; it's not a walkover," says Phyllis Bennis, an Iraq expert at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington.
Manager Barrett said: "Some people might think it will be a walkover with these two guys missing but that is just nonsense.
The Young Gymnast will show you how to flic a flac and walkover your back with the best of them.
Hasan Farooq by Saad Muhammad Ali 7-5, 7-5, Nazif Ahmed walkover Marib Malik, Talha Zubair bt Aqeel Shabbir 6-3, 6-1.
Mandatory Pre-bid Meeting and Site Walkover will be held on Wednesday April 23, 2014 at 10:00 AM at the Episcopal Church Home The parking lot at the corner of Columbus Parkway
Excitement was in the air with the title race going down to the wire - but instead the night was an anti-climax as the championship was decided on a walkover.
Until the later stages of the game, the few enemies you'll encounter at any one time feel like a walkover, a situation exacerbated by the inclusion of a drone-like pal for the player.
They won via walkover against Ali Hussain Al Latif and Ahmed Darwish via walkover.
THE BHA admitted yesterday it was very concerned by the small fields for novice and beginners' chases that have materialised over the past week, highlighted yesterday by a walkover at Southwell, only the second in Britain since 2008.
The girls under-14 competition also moved to the semi-final stage with Namrata Dutta getting a walkover from top seed Rekeetha Pereira, while fifth seed Linda Burt knocked out fourth seed Mallika Raghunathan 6-1, 6-4.
uk/rememberwhen A WALKOVER FOR PALS: Raising cash for a hospital minibus proved a walkover for Laura Hague and her pals in July 1986.