Definition of pas
1 : the right of precedence
2 : a dance step or combination of steps
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At 3:13, Scott Wilson scored when a centering pass caromed off Predators center Vernon Fiddler.
In the seven years between launch and its 24th pass of the sun, the spacecraft will flip past Venus seven times, each time slowing a little bit, allowing a closer approach to the Sun.
But MacDonough didn’t give the bill an entirely free pass.
Instagram Both cases underscore the friction over courts ordering defendants to give up their pass codes, which critics say violates a citizen’s Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
Every spring this pass fills up with literally more tarpon than can be counted.
That’s hardly a shocker on the surface, considering that Sherman made his ongoing discontent crystal clear with his sideline tirade after a Wilson pass in Week 15 against the Rams was almost intercepted at the L.A. 1-yard line.
Navy Pier announced that the 1 millionth rider would receive a lifetime pass for free rides, a gift package and free tickets for the local charity of his or her choice.
The Mustangs scored first when Kiley McKee took a pass from DePaul recruit Jade Eriksen-Russo and booted a ball out of a crowd and past Ortiz at the 31:42 mark of the first half.
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