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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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line-outˈline-out noun [countable]  DSOthe way of starting play again in a Rugby Union game, when the ball has gone off the field
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line-outRichard Hill began it by claiming a line-out on the opposition throw.No run down the line, no line-out, no Cup.The scoreline of 12-0 flattered Llanelli, who were struggling to contain Kawulok and Roy at the line-outs.We were wiped out in the scrum and in the line-out.The one-metre gap in the line-out is a joke.As a thrower-in to the line-out he was absolutely superb.
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