On a running play to the right that looked to have no opening, he made the unwise decision to reverse field
. The result was a 10-yard loss.
But the choices made by "that nation" (biblical Israel) will cause God to reverse field
. The imperative of verse 11 bids Israel to choose afresh, in sync with God the potter.
Just as Obama was wrong to reverse field
on the military tribunals, he was wrong to do so on the release of photographs showing American soldiers abusing prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan in ways reminiscent of the crimes of Abu Ghraib.
The respective values for the reverse field
are assumed to be zero and [U.sub.F]([^.P]).
A kind of reverse field
of dreams: If we don't come, they will build it.
The project is to reverse field
's depletion and produce an extra 300,000 b/d of oil as well as natural gas and NGLs.
Even when they admit that Weaver himself never participated in partisan causes, they attribute this information to Weaver's "apologists." After savaging Weaver for six pages, the writers reverse field
and commend him for being "no friend of industrial capitalism," and they proceed to explicate and praise this one aspect of his southern agrarianism (348).
Should the United States reverse field
and close doors of opportunity only recently opened, it will do so illegally and alone.
Abbasid dirhams for the reign of al-Safah (132-36) and for most of the reign of al-Mansur (136-58) continued a general pattern established after the reforms of the Umayyad caliph ??Abd al-Malik.(4) For my purposes, the important point is that the reverse field
on the earliest Abbasid dirhams had only the formula: Muhammad//Rasul//Allah.
Now the museum is called upon (as Fath Davis Ruffins writes in Museums and Communities) to reverse field
, in effect, and become, as Karp says, "an agent of redemption in society," undoing the hierarchies it had previously helped to establish and enforce.
Replacing Harris in the return game was the normally reliable Kenjon Barner, who in the second quarter fielded a punt, tried to quickly reverse field
and was stripped of the ball, with LSU's Tyrann Mathieu picking it up for a three-yard touchdown return.
(4a) can be attributed to the fact that the Rayleigh-Sommerfeld integrals are composite quantities which can be resolved into the forward and reverse field
components [u.sub.K] and [^.u.sub.K] in Eqs.
"I don't like him making runs for losses - but I sure don't mind seeing him reverse field
and running for a 70-yard touchdown."
If he misses the hands of punter Johnny Hekker, there's a likely big loss of yardage on fourth down that can reverse field