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The goal was disallowed for ungentlemanly conduct and England won 1 – 0, but Banks was left feeling rather embarrassed.
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And here again we hear the same refrain mentioned above: `` the paramount goal of the United States set long ago was to guard the rights of the individual, ensure his development, enlarge his opportunity ''.
In one of these, an exploding-wire device to study systems thermodynamically up to 6,000 Af and 100 atmospheres pressure, a major goal was achieved.
This project was carried out under sponsorship of the Ballistic Missile Division of the Air Research and Development Command, U.S. Air Force, and had as its goal the investigation of the transport by diffusion of the heat energy of chemical binding.
Since experience indicates that effluents from oxidation ponds do not create major problems at these BOD concentrations, the goal for the effluent quality of the accelerated treatment system was the same as from conventional oxidation ponds.
It was the first time we've been ahead this season ( when John Richey kicked what proved to be the winning field goal ) ''.
The goal was to demonstrate the superior power of " free labor ", whereby a common farm boy could work his way to the top by his own efforts.
The President said the primary goal of his actions as president ( he used the first person pronoun and explicitly refers to his " official duty ") was preserving the Union:
The damage caused by Sherman's March to the Sea through Georgia in 1864 was limited to a swath, but neither Lincoln nor his commanders saw destruction as the main goal, but rather defeat of the Confederate armies.
The goal of clear concise communication is that the receiver ( s ) have no misunderstanding about what was meant to be conveyed.
William Baker Ashton was appointed Governor of the temporary goal in 1839, and in 1840 George Strickland Kingston was commissioned to design Adelaide's new Gaol.
The goal was to enhance the status of the graziers ( operators of big sheep ranches ) and small farmers, and justified subsidies for them.
The goal of the Annales was to undo the work of the Sorbonnistes, to turn French historians away from the narrowly political and diplomatic toward the new vistas in social and economic history.
Their goal was to regain access to Eden by finding the correct formula for perfect living, following specific rules governing agriculture, diet, and reproduction.
First conceived during the Presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower as a three-man spacecraft to follow the one-man Project Mercury which put the first Americans in space, Apollo was later dedicated to President John F. Kennedy's national goal of " landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth " by the end of the 1960s, which he proposed in a May 25, 1961 address to Congress.
Kennedy's goal was accomplished on the Apollo 11 mission when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed their Lunar Module ( LM ) on the Moon on July 20, 1969 and walked on its surface while Michael Collins remained in lunar orbit in the command spacecraft, and all three landed safely on Earth on July 24.
The spread of the Akkadian state as far as the " silver mountain " ( possibly the Taurus Mountains ), the " cedars " of Lebanon, and the copper deposits of Magan, was largely motivated by the goal of securing control over these imports.
Throughout his career, Alaric's primary goal was not to undermine the Empire, but to secure for himself a regular and recognized position within the Empire's borders.
goal and disallowed
This was despite Lineker having a goal controversially disallowed for offside and also having a penalty saved by goalkeeper Mark Crossley.
Sweden had substituted their goalkeeper, and Florian Kehrmann replied with a goal in an empty net, but it was disallowed because the referees had not started play after the Swedish goal.
The criticism attracted by Blatter's refusal to allow goal-line technology or video replays intensified following the controversial Lampard disallowed goal in the match between England and Germany on 27 June 2010.
That season the NHL still had the infamous " Crease Rule " in effect, which stated that if any player of the attacking team who did not have possession of the puck was in the crease before the puck, then any resulting goal was disallowed.
The 1953 – 54 saw Vale storming to the Third Division North title as well as reaching the semi – finals of the FA Cup, losing out to eventual winners West Brom in very controversial fashion, seeing an Albert Leake goal disallowed for offside.
* Scottish Cup final – Vale of Leven win by a walkover after Rangers refuse to appear in the replay due to a protest about a disallowed goal in the original match, drawn 1 – 1.
AIK were destined for winning the league a second time running, but Helsingborg managed to slip by and win the title, albeit on a controversial goal that some people thought should have been disallowed for offside.
Both matches ended in draws, with Swansea's Lee Trundle having a late goal disallowed for handball, which meant Blackpool secured the remaining play-off place.
The tournament was otherwise notable for: having the most headed goals in a Euro tournament ( 26 out of 76 goals in total ); a disallowed goal in the England vs Ukraine group game which replays showed had crossed the goal line, and which prompted the President of FIFA, Sepp Blatter to tweet " GLT Line Technology is no longer an alternative but a necessity ", thus reversing his long-held reluctance to embrace such technology ; and some crowd violence in group games.
At 2 – 1, however, the game controversially had a goal scored by Frank Lampard disallowed, despite video replays that showed the ball beyond the goal line.
Shankly maintained that Liverpool were denied a definite penalty in their crucial away match against Derby and then had a good goal disallowed towards the end of their final match against Arsenal.
Best outpaced Banks and headed the ball into the empty goal, but the goal was disallowed by referee Alistair Mackenzie.
He was a member of Cameroon's team at the 1982 FIFA World Cup, having a goal disallowed against Peru in their first match.
Minutes into extra time substitute Chris Senior scored a third goal for Halifax but it was disallowed for offside.
Their most notable achievement is that they held, from 1885 until 2007, the record for the biggest victory in World senior football, when on 12 September 1885 they beat Bon Accord 36 – 0 in a Scottish Cup match with a further goal disallowed for offside.
In extra time, Paul Gascoigne came very close to scoring a golden goal, but missed a cross from Shearer, Darren Anderton hit the post, and Kuntz had a goal disallowed for pushing.