A ball that has little or no spin.
any ball that is not live; occurs after: each successful field goal or free-throw attempt, after the whistle is blown, or if the ball leaves the court
When a ball hits the gutter and bounces out. Also used to refer to a ball with no effective pin action.
A ball is said to be dead when there is no doubt that it will be sank on the next shot.
A dead ball is any ball out of play without penalty.
(also FLAT BALL, ROLL OUT) 1) An ineffective ball that fades or deflects badly when it hits the pins. 2) Can be declared at delivery if any of a variety of factors occurs as listed in the USBC Rule Book. 3) Any ball that enters the channel.
Defective ball which does not give one his/her desired result, either by fading or deflecting after contact with the pins. Its presence is decided according to certain rules defined by the ABC.
The ball becomes dead if it goes out of bounds or if the referee stops play for any reason.
a ball returned without any spin. Very difficult to execute, read, and return
a ball becomes dead when a play is over and becomes live as soon as it is snapped for the next play.
A ball that hits the pins slowly and with little action.
a ball that hasn't been legally delivered or is in direct conflict with the I
Occurs whenever the whistle blows to stop play and after a field goal, but before the opponent gains possession of the ball.
A ball that is no longer in play, that is, a ball that is not held by a player or loose from a kick, fumble, or pass.
when the ball is motionless (free kick, penalty) - this does not mean out of play.
a ball which is no longer in play.
The ball is considered dead when out of play.
a ball not in play.
when the ball goes out of play, and also dead ball when the referee blows the whistle, or the game clock is stopped
a ball out of play due to a temporary, legally created, suspension of play.
A ball that is out of play.
any ball that is not live; occurs after each successful field goal or free-throw attempt, after any official's whistle or if the ball leaves the court; it stops play which is then resumed by a jump ball, throw-in or free-throw.
A ball from which no runs can be scored or wickets taken. First referred to in 1798
A term which refers to a play being over and also that the ball cannot be advanced.
Any player with the ball that is not live. This occurs after each successful field goal, free-throw attempt, after any official's whistle or if the ball leaves the court, then play is stopped.
A ball that is so close to the hole that there's no doubt it will be sunk with the next putt.
the ball when it is dead. the indication or arm signal an umpire gives on certain occasions when the ball becomes dead.
when the ball has gone out of bounds, after an official whistle is blown, or after any score.
a ball which is nolonger in play.
Defective ball which does not give one his desired result, either by fading or deflecting after contact with the pins. Also known as flat ball, nothing ball, pumpkin or roll out.
a ball out of play because of a legally created temporary suspension of play, such as an out.
A dead ball in American football is a condition that occurs between football plays, after the player with the football has run out of bounds or after he is down by contact. During the time in which a ball is dead, a team may not attempt to advance it and no change of possession can take place.
In the sport of cricket, a dead ball is a particular state of play in which the players may not perform any of the active aspects of the game. In other words, batsmen may not score runs and fielders may not attempt to get batsmen out.
In baseball, when the ball is dead, no runners may advance beyond bases they are entitled to, and no runners may be put out.