Some articles on points, point, win, points win:
... Disputes are settled by using a straightedge to touch the two points at the ends of the horseshoe, called "heel calks" ... Normally only one pitcher can score points per inning, however some leagues and tournaments play "count all", in which all points in each inning are ... but comes to rest six inches (6”) or closer to the stake, has a value of one (1) point ...
... I can make $5,000 and win the lightweight title by licking Wolgast, but if I knocked you down I'd be arrested for hitting a fat man ... Welsh won the Baldwin fight on points, and was considered an excellent display of boxing ... was planned with Wells for 11 November, and Welsh warmed up with a points win over Jack Langdon in Liverpool ...
... knocking the granite chinned Eubank down in the opening seconds and claiming a unanimous points win ... Calzaghe finished the year with another points win against Rick Thornberry. 2000 started with another points decision against David Starie ...
Famous quotes containing the words win and/or points:
“On a huge hill,
Cragged, and steep, Truth stands, and he that will
Reach her, about must, and about must go;
And what the hills suddenness resists, win so;
Yet strive so, that before age, deaths twilight,
Thy Soul rest, for none can work in that night.
To will, implies delay, therefore now do:
Hard deeds, the bodys pains; hard knowledge too
The minds endeavours reach, and mysteries
Are like the Sun, dazzling, yet plain to all eyes.”
—John Donne (15721631)
“Mankind is not a circle with a single center but an ellipse with two focal points of which facts are one and ideas the other.”
—Victor Hugo (18021885)