ARTICLES

Typical cheer teams often include the word cheer or cheerleaders in their name combined with a verb denoting excellence, such as Premium Cheer, Mighty Cheerleaders or All Star Cheer. Teams are sometimes referred to as sp...

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Some soccer teams for kids are named after animals, such as the Tigers or the Wolverines. Other names may be available to intimidate the opponents, such as the Pirates or the Slayers. If teams are interested in humorous ...

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One good chant for a softball team is titled "Love Those Batters," in which the crowd chants, "Hey batter batter, watcha gonna do? Don't let that ball fly right past you. Hit it on the fly! Knock it to the sky! Let the b...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

In mathematics, the word "evaluate" is a verb that refers to finding or calculating the value of something. This can pertain to financial mathematics or to finding the exact value of an algebraic expression or numerical ...

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The only single word in English that can be made with these letters is "cohered," the past tense of the verb "cohere." A number of separate words or phrases can be made with the letters, such as "code her" and "red echo....

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All-district teams are chosen by coaches nominating players, and then the players are voted upon and narrowed down to create the team. All-district teams constitute the best players within a given district for that seaso...

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A team structure, in a business setting, involves groups of people who form teams that work toward a common goal of the overall structure. Ideally, each team has members that complement each others abilities; individual ...

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