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- n. Plural form of cleat.
- n. A pair of athletic shoes equipped with cleats.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cleat.
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- n. shoes with leather or metal projections on the soles
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About the only thing this Swiss Army Knife in cleats didn't do in 2009 was line up on defense, something he's offered to do.
True, the Redskins are no longer the undisciplined, internally divided catastrophe in cleats of last season.
The problem is getting them to take the fields in cleats instead of skates.
However, tomorrow and likely for all her remaining days in cleats, Wagner will have a team to play on.
Just as Mathis is on the verge of becoming America's next big thing, MLS 'great marketing hope, a Kobe Bryant in cleats, he might exit the stage and America's consciousness.
The cleats are a standard delta-shaped Look-style variant made from hard plastic.
Because Reyna's play looks so effortless, because his game is not full of breakneck sprints or fabulous runs on the ball, he might look like a slacker, a disaffected American youth in cleats.
Across five continents and a handful of minor-league professional tours, he pounded golf balls, a Ulysses in cleats.
A balky putter is what kept Dunlap picking his spots these last few years, still circling the globe like some Ulysses in cleats.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled cleats and contact L.L. Bean to receive a replacement or refund.