Pass, PASS, or The Pass may refer to:
Other articles related to "pass":
... Pick Player MLS Team Previous Team College 25 PASS New England Revolution 26 PASS Kansas City Wizards 27 Anthony Farace (F) San Jose Clash San Diego Flash 28 ... United 36 PASS Chicago Fire ...
... Hellfire Pass (Thai ช่องเขาขาด, known by the Japanese as Konyu Cutting) is the name of a railway cutting on the former "Death Railway" in ... The pass is noted for the harsh conditions and heavy loss of life suffered by its labourers during construction ... Hellfire Pass is so called because the sight of emaciated prisoners labouring at night by torchlight was said to resemble a scene from Hell ...
30 Marco Ferruzzi (M) Los Angeles Galaxy Tampa Bay Mutiny University of North Carolina 31 PASS Tampa Bay Mutiny 32 PASS Kansas City Wizards 33 PASS ...
... Faulk, rank among the NFL's top 20 pass catchers ... Some teams have a specialist "third down back", who is skilled at catching passes or better at pass blocking and "picking up the blitz," and thus is often put in the game on third down and long ... fool the defense by making them think he is being put into the game for a pass play, when the play is actually a run ...
... Dame 15 Carlos Farias (F) San Jose Clash San Diego Flash 16 PASS Tampa Bay Mutiny 17 Juan Ramos (D) Miami Fusion Jacksonville Cyclones Nova Southeastern University 18 Gabe Jones (F ... Edward's University 19 PASS Miami Fusion 20 David Winner (GK) Colorado Rapids Miami Fusion University of Tampa 21 John DeBrito (M) Columbus Crew Kansas City Wizards Southern Connecticut ...
Famous quotes containing the word pass:
“It is useless for the sheep to pass resolutions in favour of vegetarianism, while the wolf remains of a different opinion.”
—W.R. (William Ralph)
“No Life can pompless pass away
The lowliest career
To the same Pageant wends its way
As that exalted here”
—Emily Dickinson (18301886)
“Jesus would recommend you to pass the first day of the week rather otherwise than you pass it now, and to seek some other mode of bettering the morals of the community than by constraining each other to look grave on a Sunday, and to consider yourselves more virtuous in proportion to the idleness in which you pass one day in seven.”
—Frances Wright (17951852)