Definition of streaking
: the lightening (as by chemicals) of a few long strands of hair to produce a streaked effect
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Off a turnover, Real Madrid proved lethal, with Isco feeding a streaking Ronaldo with a through ball.
This means no coloring, dying, lightening (sun-in) or streaking of any sort.
Just leave the streaking and the tuna and jello behind.
Ontario got on the board first, when Jonny Brodzinski won a fight for the puck near the boards and fed a streaking Auger, who broke away and then beat Enroth to his glove side at the 5:16 mark of the second period.
Colorado’s bullpen — the primary reason for the Rockies’ early-season streaking, Blackmon said — flashed an anxious inning for the first time this season.
Their streaking play has the Gophers surging into a rematch with reeling rival Wisconsin on Sunday in Madison, the regular-season finale.
Fox 5 in Las Vegas reports that hundreds of viewers contacted the station about the streaking lights, which appeared in the sky around 9:35 p.m. PDT.
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