First Known Use of tie-in
Definition of tie in
- tied in the new branch pipeline
- the illustrations were tied in with the text
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In a game that was delayed an hour by lightning strikes, Higdon broke a 7-7 tie in the first quarter with a 77-yard touchdown run.
Washington State scored on a 26-yard touchdown strike to break a 7-7 tie in the second quarter, but watch a fan jump from the stands and celebrate in a way that would normally have cameras pan away.
The previous night, Bregman had charged a Chris Taylor chopper, caught it on the short hop and fired a strike to catcher Brian McCann to cut down Austin Barnes trying to score from third, preserving a 0-0 tie in the sixth.
The first, of course, came with the life insurance policies against dying of fright—a tie in with the actual plot of the movie, which features an insurance scam and death by fear.
Perez snapped a 1-all tie in the sixth with a leadoff homer.
But the Tigers went on to win all 10 of their regular-season games to finish as the only major-college team without a loss or a tie in 1958. 1 Of the SEC's national-championship teams did not play in a bowl.
In 1992, to settle a tie in a Republican primary race for a state House election in Arizona, two candidates — Richard Kyle and John Galord — settled on a game of five-card stud.
Scully, who Enberg always rightly referred to as baseball’s poet laureate, could make a nothing August affair seem like a tie in the bottom of the ninth with the bases loaded in the seventh game of the World Series.
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