skull practice
noun see skull session

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • skull practice — ☆ skull practice or skull session n. Slang 1. a meeting of a sports team with its coaches to discuss plays and strategy 2. any meeting at which ideas, plans, strategies, etc. are discussed * * * …   Universalium

  • skull practice — ☆ skull practice or skull session n. Slang 1. a meeting of a sports team with its coaches to discuss plays and strategy 2. any meeting at which ideas, plans, strategies, etc. are discussed …   English World dictionary

  • skull practice — noun teaching strategy to an athletic team • Syn: ↑skull session • Hypernyms: ↑training, ↑preparation, ↑grooming * * * noun or skull session …   Useful english dictionary

  • skull session — noun Date: 1937 1. a strategy class for an athletic team 2. a meeting for consultation, discussion, or the interchange of ideas or information called also skull practice …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • skull session — 1. a meeting for the purpose of discussion, exchange of ideas, solving problems, etc. 2. a meeting held by an athletic coach, as of football, to instruct team members in new plays or special strategy. Also called skull practice. [1935 40] * * * …   Universalium

  • skull session — noun 1. a session (as of executives or advisors) to discuss policy or strategy or to solve problems or exchange ideas • Hypernyms: ↑session 2. teaching strategy to an athletic team • Syn: ↑skull practice • Hypernyms: ↑training, ↑prepa …   Useful english dictionary

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  • skull cult —       veneration of human skulls, usually those of ancestors, by various prehistoric and some modern primitive people. Begun probably as early as the Early Paleolithic Period, the practice of preserving and honouring the skull apart from the rest …   Universalium

  • Crystal skull — This article is about The Crystal Skulls. For other uses, see Crystal skull (disambiguation). The crystal skull at the British Museum (ID Am1898C3.1 ), similar in dimensions to t …   Wikipedia

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