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  • professional — 1. adjective 1) people in professional occupations Syn: white collar, nonmanual Ant: blue collar 2) a professional rugby player Syn: paid, salaried Ant …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • Professional go handicaps — were a system developed in Japan, in the Edo period, for handicapping professional players of the game of go against each other. With the abolition of the Oteai system, which from the 1920s had used some handicap games to determine the go ranking …   Wikipedia

  • Professional foul — redirects here. For the Tom Stoppard play, see Professional Foul (play). In sports, a professional foul is a deliberate act of foul play, usually to prevent an opponent s scoring. Contents 1 Association football 2 Rugby league 3 Rugby union …   Wikipedia

  • professional foul — UK US noun [countable] [singular professional foul plural professional fouls] in football, an action in which a player deliberately does something that is not allowed by the rules in order to stop the other team from getting an advantage… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Professional sports — Professional sports, as opposed to amateur sports, are those in which athletes receive payment for their performance. While men have competed as professional athletes throughout much of modern history, only recently has it become common for women …   Wikipedia

  • Professional Footballers Australia — (PFA) Zweck: Gewerkschaft Vorsitz: Brendan Schwab Gründungsdatum: 1993 Sitz: Melbourne Website: http://www.pfa.net.au …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Professional sport in Toronto — has a long and distinguished history. The city is home to a few historic clubs such as: Granite Club (est. 1836), the Royal Canadian Yacht Club (est. 1852), the Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club (est. pre 1827), the Argonaut Rowing Club… …   Wikipedia

  • professional foul — professional fouls N COUNT In soccer, if a player commits a professional foul, they deliberately do something which is against the rules in order to prevent another player from scoring a goal …   English dictionary

  • Professional wrestling in the United Kingdom — spans over 100 years but became popular when the television show World of Sport was launched in the mid 1960s, making household names of the likes of Mick McManus, Count Bartelli (the dominant wrestler in Britain during the 1940s), Giant… …   Wikipedia

  • player — [n1] person participating in sport amateur, athlete, champ, competitor, contestant, jock*, member, opponent, participant, pro, professional, rookie, sportsperson, superjock*, sweat*, team player; concept 366 Ant. fan, spectator player [n2] person …   New thesaurus

  • Professional Darts Corporation — The Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) is a professional darts organisation, established in the United Kingdom during 1992 which split from the officially recognised British Darts Organisation. Barry Hearn, a long time established sports… …   Wikipedia

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