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  • ...ed.org/pdf/rules-2005.pdf</ref><ref name = "women's lacrosse">http://www.uslacrosse.org/the_sport/womens_rules.phtml</ref>. Indoor versions of the game are al ...ortsillustrated.cnn.com/pr/subs/siexclusive/2005/pr/subs/siexclusive/04/18/lacrosse0425/index.html</ref>.
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  • ...s. There are '''lacrosse strategies''' for several different phases of a [[lacrosse]] game. These include offense and defense in settled situations (6 v. 6), ...-man and zone. Man-to-man, or simply man defense, is more commonly used in lacrosse. This is due to the lack of a shot clock at most levels of competition, so
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  • ...''Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL)''' is the governing body of [[lacrosse]]. It was founded in 2008 and is based in [[Colorado Springs]], [[Colorado [[Category:Lacrosse organisations]]
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  • Offensive and defensive [[strategy|strategies]] used in the field game [[lacrosse]].
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  • * [[:Category:Lacrosse|Lacrosse]]
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  • ...''Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL)''' is the governing body of [[lacrosse]]. It was founded in 2008 and is based in [[Colorado Springs]], [[Colorado [[Category:Lacrosse organisations]]
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  • Offensive and defensive [[strategy|strategies]] used in the field game [[lacrosse]].
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  • ...nnaissance satellite]] using [[imaging radar]], also designated LACROS and LACROSSE
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  • * [[:Category:Lacrosse|Lacrosse]]
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  • ...ayed include [[American football]], [[basketball]], [[field hockey]] and [[lacrosse]]. It is the subject of [[John Feinstein]]'s book ''[[The Last Amateurs]]' Fordham and Georgetown play only football, while Villanova plays only women's lacrosse.
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  • *Lacrosse: **'''Major League Lacrosse (MLL)'''
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  • ...ed.org/pdf/rules-2005.pdf</ref><ref name = "women's lacrosse">http://www.uslacrosse.org/the_sport/womens_rules.phtml</ref>. Indoor versions of the game are al ...ortsillustrated.cnn.com/pr/subs/siexclusive/2005/pr/subs/siexclusive/04/18/lacrosse0425/index.html</ref>.
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  • ...s. There are '''lacrosse strategies''' for several different phases of a [[lacrosse]] game. These include offense and defense in settled situations (6 v. 6), ...-man and zone. Man-to-man, or simply man defense, is more commonly used in lacrosse. This is due to the lack of a shot clock at most levels of competition, so
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  • ...magining a Canadian Identity through Sport: A Historical Interpretation of Lacrosse and Hockey" ''The Journal of American Folklore,'' Vol. 115, No. 456, Speci ...tivities as canoing, snowshoeing, and tobogganing and in the team sport of lacrosse. The author explores how this sport identity contrasted the Victorian gent
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  • * Fisher, D.B. ''Lacrosse: A History of the Game''. (2002). ...magining a Canadian Identity through Sport: A Historical Interpretation of Lacrosse and Hockey" ''The Journal of American Folklore,'' Vol. 115, No. 456, Speci
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  • ...nd ice hockey, and moves towards round-robin competitions in field hockey, lacrosse and other sports.
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  • ...is the fastest field sport in the world. It is similar to [[hockey]] and [[lacrosse]] and related to Shinty. It is an Irish sport that is predominantly played
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  • ...e University]], defending it against claims related to rape claims against lacrosse players.
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  • |Lacrosse .... In June, they installed a new artificial turf for football, soccer, and lacrosse. This $850,000 process was only the first phase of a six phase, $260,400,
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  • ...system in dis-ease. This revision was legally reinforced in a courtroom in LaCrosse, Wisconsin in 1907 when the first acquittal of a chiropractor tried for un :1907: trial of Shegetaro Morikubo DC in LaCrosse WI (Rehm, 1986); BJ notes in Conflicts clarify (Palmer, 1951, p. 94): Chro
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  • ...walked onto the football team as the starting quarterback, played varsity lacrosse and boxed as a light heavyweight. In 1940, Gray received a Bachelor of Sci
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  • ...first radar satellite, essentially a prototype. A system originally called Lacrosse (or Lacros), Indigo, and finally Onyx appears to be the only US radar sate
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  • * [[Lacrosse strategy]]</small>
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  • ...ch as the [[marching band]], [[cross country running|cross country]] and [[lacrosse]] intervarsity sports teams and language clubs. There are also activities
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  • ...magining a Canadian Identity Through Sport: A Historical Interpretation of Lacrosse and Hockey," ''Journal of American Folklore,'' 115/456 (2002): pp. 209-225
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