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That alignment left the entire left side of the infield unoccupied and undefended for any ground ball.
Athletics shortstop Marcus Semien then singled into an undefended center field for a 6-5 A’s win.
His face is handsome, at odds with itself: martial black eyebrows over the undefended gaze of dark-blue eyes, the mouth curiously tight, the lower jaw thrust forward.
But its constellations of GPS, surveillance and communications satellites are largely undefended, a vulnerability that hasn’t escaped notice in China and Russia.
On the one hand, Canadians share the world’s longest undefended border with the U.S., voraciously consume their pop culture, and speak with (almost) the same accent.
And so, as Brian Christopher Jones of the University of Dundee puts it, despite 30 years of democracy, Taiwan remains as vulnerable as ever, protected militarily by America but left undefended diplomatically by most of the world.
The Gators’ completed their comeback with a 13-play, 58-yard drive that was capped by a 5-yard touchdown pass from Del Rio to an undefended Freddie Swain with 43 seconds left in regulation.
Either the title will go undefended while Jericho is away, or Owens could invoke his rematch clause and win it back Tuesday on Smackdown Live, or Jericho could lose to someone else and that person could defend against Owens.
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First Known Use of undefended
in the lurch;
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