a planned course for a receiver who is the target of a forward pass.
operating system A string of words and characters that you type in to authenticate yourself. Passphrases differ from passwords only in length. Passwords are usually short – six to ten characters. Passphrases are usually much longer – up to 100 characters or more. Their greater length makes passphrases more secure. Modern passphrases were invented by […]
noun, Surveying. 1. a point located photogrammetrically and used as a reference point in orienting other photographs.
[pas-pawrt, -pohrt, pahs-] /ˈpæs pɔrt, -poʊrt, ˈpɑs-/ noun 1. an official document issued by the government of a country to one of its citizens and, varying from country to country, authorizing travel to foreign countries and authenticating the bearer’s identity, citizenship, right to protection while abroad, and right to reenter his or her native country. […]
noun, Football. 1. an attempt by the defense to prevent the quarterback from throwing successfully to a receiver.