backhander


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backhander

A blow administered by the back of one's hand. You talk about my girl like that again, and you'll get a backhander to the face, understand?

backhander

n. a backhand slap in the face. Yes, officer, a perfectly strange woman came up and clobbered me with a backhander that loosened a tooth.
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Potential licensees in the personal care products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Backhander on a worldwide basis.
Both Worcester goals were scored by captain Bryan Lerg, and both on backhanders from about 12 feet.
But what you find is that a lot of people involved with the agents and doing the deals are taking backhanders.
I tried to throw it against the grain, and a backhander is a shot that goalies can have trouble with.
The drivers, who have been stranded for five days, have been faced with demands for backhanders from guards on the border between Poland and Belarus, a former Russian state.
They're funny shots, and you don't get a lot of practice against them even in practice, and he got off a pretty good shot," Thomas said of backhanders.
But the British number one rallied well to take the next three sets against the Australian qualifier and bring the Centre Court crowd to their feet with a brilliant backhander to seal a 3-6 6-3 6-4 6-3 win.
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He had a breakaway at 5:13, but for some reason stopped in front of the net and tried a backhander that missed.
The trend continued into the third period until finally, at 4:28, McCarthy slid a backhander under McKenna's pads to tie it.
Smith got the puck at his blue line and moved around defenseman Matt Lashoff before finding the top corner of the net with a quick backhander.
At 2:43, Blodgett netted a backhander near the left post past Bernardian goalie Jamie Roy.