Definition of 'field'


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1. In baseball, one of the three sections of the outfield.

2. The body of riders following a pack of hounds in hunting.

3. A range, area, or subject of human activity, interest, or knowledge.

4. A battleground.

5. An element of a database record in which one piece of information is stored.

6. A cultivated expanse of land, especially one devoted to a particular crop.

7. A background area, as on a flag, painting, or coin.

8. Physics A region of space characterized by a physical property, such as gravitational or electromagnetic force or fluid pressure, having a determinable value at every point in the region.

9. An area or region where business activities are conducted.

10. In baseball, the positions on defense or the ability to play defense.

11. An area or setting of practical activity or application outside an office, school, factory, or laboratory.

12. Archaic A battle.

13. A wide unbroken expanse, as of ice.

14. Heraldry The background of a shield or one of the divisions of the background.

15. The contestants or participants in a competition or athletic event, especially those other than the favorite or winner.

16. A broad, level, open expanse of land.

17. The usually circular area in which the image is rendered by the lens system of an optical instrument.

18. A portion of land or a geologic formation containing a specified natural resource.

19. The people running in an election for a political office.

20. An area in which an athletic event takes place, especially the area inside or near to a running track, where field events are held.

21. Mathematics A set of elements having two operations, designated addition and multiplication, satisfying the conditions that multiplication is distributive over addition, that the set is a group under addition, and that the elements with the exception of the additive identity form a group under multiplication.

22. The scene or an area of military operations or maneuvers.

23. A space, as on an online form or request for information, that accepts the input of text.

24. In mathematics, same as domain, 8.

25. Specifically, in electric machines, that part of the structure in which the magnetic flux is excited. The electrical or mechanical power is produced by rotation of the armature in the magnetic field or of the magnetic field in the armature. See cuts under armature.

26. Working, operating, or active in the field.

27. Growing, cultivated, or living in fields or open land.

28. Made, used, or carried on in the field.

29. In baseball and cricket, to catch or stop and return to the necessary place: as, to field the ball.

30. In base-ball and cricket, to act as a fielder. Also (in cricket) to fag out.

31. To take to the field; do anything in the field, as exploring, fighting, or searching for food.

32. In chem. industries, to induce oxidation or other change by exposing to the air and solar heat. A term not in general use.

33. To respond to or deal with.

34. To play as a fielder.

35. Sports To place in the playing area.

36. Sports To catch or pick up (a ball) and often make a throw to another player, especially in baseball.

37. To enter (data) into a field.

38. To put into action; deploy.

39. To nominate in an election.

40. (take the field) To begin or resume activity, as in a sport or military operations.


1. Both parties are also fielding local councillors.

2. But the team he fielded was still very strong and one that wanted the victory.

3. Rugby players need the athleticism to fly around the field and the set of skills to do something useful when they find an involvement.

4. We played in the wrong areas of the field and put pressure on our front five to take passes that were difficult to take.

5. It is why the wounded who leave the field on stretchers invariably receive consoling applause from all quarters, friend and foe.

6. That means the birds were about a football field away when I first saw them.

7. He said:'This team really prides itself on its fielding and catching.

8. World history is a relatively new area of study in the field of historical inquiry, gaining particular ground in the 1980s.

9. Volunteer doctors set up a field hospital.

10. There is always an incentive to flex muscles on the sports and the battle field.

11. We want a training field which is close.

12. The process has opened giant new fields.

13. The whole field is an area where orthodox and alternative cross each other.

14. You have to manoeuvre the field more rather than just blasting it over the top.

15. It was horses in the field next to the road.

16. It also helps researchers by providing some financial help in encouraging scientific research in this field.

17. We must be sensible in the way we field.

18. Wulfgar and his party entered the field.

19. There has long been concern over the possible impact of electric fields.

20. We collected many different parts from the field and put a turban over her body.

21. You may need a special dictionary that defines the terms used in a particular field.

22. They kept dropping catches and fielded poorly.

23. This chapter looks at the implications of his linguistics for other fields of study.

24. This would leave the field to a rival consortium.

25. We will make some changes but we will always field a strong team.

26. Small grass fields had given way to gigantic airfields with runways up to three miles long.

27. Others were trapped and had to be rescued as a makeshift field hospital was set up.

28. But he worked his way back up through the field until the race was stopped due to the conditions.

29. Usually, field work is three weeks away from full group training.

30. But in both walks of life, people say that you can judge a man by his fields.

31. The important thing is to keep the guys fit, on the field and think about our processes.

32. ‘As she walked past pastures and small fields of crops she could not bring herself to imagine her own life coming to that.’

33. ‘The project will reforest old crop fields and pastures and an abandoned rock quarry that has degraded over the years.’

34. ‘The country side was woods/swamps for the most part with open farm fields of wheat and corn, that was about three feet high.’

35. ‘Much of the land was intensely cultivated, a dry quiltwork of barley fields and hayfields and pastures shorn down to the dirt by goats and sheep.’

36. ‘Whatever the dangers of open fields and common pastures, enclosure movements are premature.’

37. ‘The great expanses of the open fields were replaced by hedges, fences, and, in upland areas, dry stone walling.’

38. ‘The main reasons for its decline are the clearance of heaths, drainage of winter-wet grasslands, loss of pastures to arable fields, and decline of grazing on commons.’

39. ‘Its second-growth oaks, hickories, and sugar maples tower over the open pastures and fields of the lower slope and bottomland.’

40. ‘Roads will be removed or tunnelled and ploughed fields returned to open grassland.’

41. ‘They cleared forests to encourage grass for particular animals, to open fields for crops, and to increase growth of particular plants.’

42. ‘Our search continues for new, safe, and powerful ways to disinfest fields where these crops are planted.’

43. ‘Wheat fields are harrowed before the crop emerges to get the first flush of weeds.’

44. ‘The farther west we flew, the more I saw some strange sights, those being great, circular fields of green crops located next to desert sands.’

45. ‘It is amazing how fast the fields planted to crops have been turning green.’

46. ‘Our hay and pasture fields are really thriving, and the earthworm population is amazing.’

47. ‘In fact it sits in the middle of a plain - open fields upon open fields of barley and wheat span out ahead and behind it in the almost flat Midlands landscape.’

48. ‘To help their recovery, and that of birds and insects, farmers are now being encouraged to sow margins of native plants, including wild flowers, around fields alongside arable crops.’

49. ‘In the aisles between the vines as well as in fallow fields, growers plant different crops to crowd out weeds, repel bugs, and provide soil nutrients.’

50. ‘The leaf bits were drying up and falling apart, having been taken off fresh corn plants in Georgia fields several days before.’

51. ‘Pasture fields were soil tested each year, and inventories were completed in the spring and summer for forage species, weeds, and bare ground percentage.’

52. ‘It's this talent, he argues, that has enabled them to maximise the potential playing area of a football field.’

53. ‘Usftl games are typically played on Sunday mornings on regulation football fields with 12-minute quarters.’

54. ‘I don't want to see injuries happen to anyone on the football field, but they are a part of the game.’

55. ‘He sees it in all aspects of life, from sports fields to football clubs.’

56. ‘Think of it like the computer game Minesweeper, except on a football field.’

57. ‘So that game in 1986 was the first time we were on the same field in a competitive game.’

58. ‘He fires off the ball, disrupts the backfield and makes plays all over the football field.’

59. ‘However this proved to be in vain when some quick thinking at a tap penalty saw Dodworth go nearly the full length of the field to tie the game.’

60. ‘He said his proposal would involve a single-storey school, which could offer facilities for community activities, including a swimming pool, a hall, a gym and sports fields.’

61. ‘He has, without doubt, one of the more dangerous players on the field in Game Two.’

62. ‘Back in those days they wouldn't have taken the camera away from the field while the game was being played.’

63. ‘Well, no matter how they look on paper, you gotta play the games on the field.’

64. ‘One sports talk show after another was lined up in front of the dugouts, taking live shots of the field before the big game.’

65. ‘So you don't see all the best players of the game on the field at the same time.’

66. ‘There is no doubt that being a spectator is far more stressful than to actually be involved in the game on the field.’

67. ‘The sports centre subsidises things like playing fields and football fields.’

68. ‘As a follower of the game it will be a joy to watch Kavanagh playing on Gaelic football fields for many more years to come.’

69. ‘Mercy, but they are going to have fun on the football field at Honolulu, and possibly the nearest race track.’

70. ‘Both keepers were the busiest players on the field in an end-to-end game with Bingley opening the scoring in the tenth minute.’

71. ‘But his presence led to an unprecedented incident on the field in the Seagulls-Apollon game.’

72. ‘As far as the field is concerned, this year we've had the deepest and strongest field ever.’

73. ‘Is the field in, hovering around the centre, or is it deep-set, flung back to the periphery?’

74. ‘Other situations may also exist where there is an open gap in the field due simply to the positioning of the fielders.’

75. ‘After about a mile I kinked down to cross the Seven where there's a good, arched bridge and where the river, flowing through fields of virgin snow, was trimmed with a glaze of grey translucent ice.’

76. ‘In this case, over time, the debris field covered about two to three square mile area.’

77. ‘Observations made earlier this year by the OMEGA instrument on Mars Express showed that Mars has vast fields of perennial water ice, stretching out from its south pole.’

78. ‘Spring came and the snowpack melted like an ice cube on hot asphalt, instead of compacting and forming the vast fields of perfect-corn snow we expected.’

79. ‘Here three main pockmark and mud diapir fields were observed.’

80. ‘The simplest explanation is that the general assumption that continental monogenetic volcanic fields lack significant shallow magma storage zones must be in error.’

81. ‘Continental monogenetic volcanic fields are subject to the same physical constraints as other volcanic systems.’

82. ‘Individual volcanoes of continental monogenetic volcanic fields are generally presumed to erupt single magma batches during brief eruptions.’

83. ‘These are interpreted to be lava tube conduits feeding the toe of the lava field.’

84. ‘The vertical change in architecture can be related to the evolution of the lava field.’

85. ‘These lizards rely on rock crevices for cover from predators and harsh climate and these crevices are found only in boulder fields or lava flows.’

86. ‘Another wealthy tribe, the 16,000-strong Osage in Oklahoma, owns the rights to one of the richest oil and gas fields in the state.’

87. ‘Salekhard is surrounded by some of the richest oil and natural gas fields in the world.’

88. ‘The attention that was given to the detailed geometry of growth faults in the Gulf of Mexico, the North Sea, and the Niger Delta helped the exploitation of oil and gas fields in these areas.’

89. ‘The large pipelines, built since the 1970s, linking Soviet oil and gas fields and western Europe, make their way across Ukrainian territory.’

90. ‘The Brunei economy was revolutionized by the discovery of substantial onshore oil deposits in 1929 and offshore oil and gas fields in the early 1960s.’

91. ‘China's state-owned oil companies have in recent years been actively involved around the globe in buying oil and gas fields and establishing energy supplies.’

92. ‘This story says that a Waitangi Tribunal report to be issued today will find that Taranaki Maori are entitled to a share of the profits from our oil and gas fields.’

93. ‘China has huge oil and gas fields still to be developed.’

94. ‘At the same time, many of the world's oil and gas fields are maturing.’

95. ‘However, Arctic reserves are now being considered more seriously as other oil and gas fields become exhausted.’

96. ‘In the case of Christmas Island two of the three launch paths will go over or near the oil and gas fields of the northwest shelf and the Timor Sea.’

97. ‘Greater Sunrise is the biggest of the three oil and gas fields in the Timor Sea.’

98. ‘Large natural gas storage fields in salt domes are another example.’

99. ‘Australia must therefore not frustrate East Timor's rightful claim to its maritime boundaries and its rightful share of the oil and gas fields of the Timor Sea.’

100. ‘To this end, the company is betting on expanding its oil and gas productions from fields outside Indonesia.’

101. ‘The UK oil and gas industry has benefited from the abolition of royalty payments on the North Sea's 30 oldest oil and gas fields, which came into effect on January 1.’

102. ‘It could be further magnified because over time non-U.S. firms will have much more information on and familiarity with Iranian oil and gas fields.’

103. ‘It is running a dangerous game of bluff over Greater Sunrise, encouraged by Norwegian advisers whose experience is based on the oil and gas fields in Europe's North Sea.’

104. ‘Unocal controls major oil and gas fields in Alaska, the Gulf of Mexico, and, of course, Asia.’

105. ‘Oil companies are experts in developing oil and gas fields, not countries.’

106. ‘But while vanquishing the enemy on the field of battle is necessary, it is not sufficient.’

107. ‘I wondered if my classmates and I could make such a sacrifice for our country on the field of battle.’

108. ‘It would have been better if they had fallen on the field of battle.’

109. ‘We read of their heroic actions on the field of battle and their deeds in other places.’

110. ‘Unable to match the forces of the West on the field of battle, new plans had to be hatched.’

111. ‘In 1913 Paris was hit by The Rite of Spring and by a volume of noise and dissonance that no human had experienced outside the field of battle.’

112. ‘The inference, that the ideas that it contains should be carried to the field of battle, is inescapable.’

113. ‘However, they could not forget the bonds they had forged with their French brothers on the field of battle.’

114. ‘Losing a man on the field of battle is a terrible thing, but losing a man when the army is bedded down for the winter is truly a tragedy.’

115. ‘The U.S. military was so superior as to be virtually unchallengeable on the field of battle.’

116. ‘All her life she had imagined the field of battle from her grandfather's descriptions.’

117. ‘The threats from the beach were horrifying enough to have made Napoleon turn from the field of battle.’

118. ‘From the mists, a shuffling figure could be discerned moving towards the field of battle.’

119. ‘It was more likely that their shortcomings outside the field of battle that would hold them back.’

120. ‘But for the labours of a statesman all the sound and fury of the swordsman on the field of battle would in the end signify nothing.’

121. ‘Even now, the last of my forces have withdrawn from the field of battle back into the keep.’

122. ‘Images of Bruce Lee and the night fighting scene in Enter the Dragon flashed through my mind like flags on the field of battle.’

123. ‘But the idea is to use it on a wounded soldier on the field of battle where blood is hard to come across.’

124. ‘Ultimate victory for them lies at the level of grand strategy rather than on the field of battle.’

125. ‘Rupert made himself conspicuous during our Civil War in many a bloody field.’

126. ‘All these were slaughtered in savage fields for the faith and fell beside the standard of the Cross, breathing loyalty to God and man in their last agonies.’

127. ‘His main fields of interest include the study of labor markets and social stratification.’

128. ‘This curious publication listed its fields of interest as ‘magic, fortune telling, palmistry, graphology and spiritualism’.’

129. ‘According to the teacher, other factors that are at play when it comes to advising the students on career paths include studying skills and the passing of interest tests for specific fields.’

130. ‘The tools will let you select the topics and the fields of interest to you and figure out what intelligent people are saying about them.’

131. ‘Reading in the summer, we can move outside our fields and study topics of general importance.’

132. ‘As in all fields of human activity, errors have been made.’

133. ‘By arrogance I don't mean pride, for there is no harm in being proud of what we have achieved in all fields of human activity.’

134. ‘He is master of his subject, and has had time to branch out into other fields.’

135. ‘She was interested in the film field even from a very young age.’

136. ‘I have to honestly say that I didn't have much of an interest in the acting field.’

137. ‘Another field of interest for Hungary in Bulgaria is the development of transport infrastructure.’

138. ‘Srivasta was keen on opting for cellular and mobile communication, his field of special interest.’

139. ‘You gain professional credibility through creative and productive work in a special field of activity.’

140. ‘The former requires a multidisciplinary approach, utilizing not only seismology but also other fields of geophysics and, most importantly, geology and geomorphology.’

141. ‘One way to try to get a handle on what's happening in a scientific field is to study citations in research papers.’

142. ‘In addition, consular officers are given little training as to which fields of scientific study may pose a security risk.’

143. ‘They will come away, as I did, with a pretty good idea of what the field of forensic geology is all about.’

144. ‘It also includes all other rights that may result from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary or artistic fields.’

145. ‘During the past two decades, we have witnessed exponential growth in the fields of genetics and molecular biology.’

146. ‘Agriculture, like medicine, is rapidly changing because of advances being made in molecular biology, particularly in the fields of genomics and biotechnology.’

147. ‘A PRM can be thought of as a Bayesian network whose variables are fields in a relational database.’

148. ‘Buffer overflows are also a major vulnerability and happen when too much data is input into a field.’

149. ‘You can create a collection of database fields that have unique values for each drawing in the set.’

150. ‘If you type some text in the input field below the chat window, your avatar acts as a voice-over.’

151. ‘Baidu even seems enormously proud of its simple, 4K home page with a single search field.’

152. ‘It is a matter of word fields and changes of meaning, but also about the creation of new words.’

153. ‘Those other words provide context and define the semantic fields being used.’

154. ‘This predictability concerns specifically psychological processes, which, by the author's definition, take place within a field of meaning.’

155. ‘Cassini is now close enough to Enceladus that the moon does not fit within the camera field of view.’

156. ‘Identification of the situs is often better made by MRI because of the wider field of view.’

157. ‘Integral has a large field of view, enabling it to scan our Milky Way galaxy for neutron stars and black hole activity.’

158. ‘Punching the power button brings up a LCD readout window in the lower third of the field of view.’

159. ‘From the corner of her eye she caught another flash of motion and then the couple rolled into her field of view.’

160. ‘A magnifying glass was added to read the scale, a telescopic sight was added with cross-wires to divide the field of view.’

161. ‘Adjust the scope back and forth until you're rewarded with a full field of view.’

162. ‘The mission is also a gamma-ray burst detector, and has been spotting one burst per month in its field of view.’

163. ‘When present, the length of longitudinal bundles lying along the edge of the DZ in the same field of view was also measured.’

164. ‘Because the fish will be waiting in ambush behind the top of the sand dune watching for baitfish or whatever to be washed into their field of view.’

165. ‘An internal spiral staircase connected the two, while around the top would have been a parapet providing a wide field of view.’

166. ‘A magnifying glass enlarges things at the cost of reducing the total field of view: so, one sees more of less.’

167. ‘The long cells exceeded the field of view at high magnification and were instead measured at 100x.’

168. ‘The field of view is wide enough to let you see the whole groove as well as the corners of the land.’

169. ‘From then on, Saturn and its rings are larger than the field of view of the narrow angle camera.’

170. ‘The field of view was moved and counts obtained for three separate adjacent areas of cytoplasm of equal size.’

171. ‘The sensors would cover 100-degree fields of view to ensure overlap of areas.’

172. ‘It's so long that you'll probably get the entire 20-car field in a single shot.’

173. ‘The two images are slightly different, but the observer's brain stitches them together into a single 3D image field.’

174. ‘During the update process, the shutter rotates into the image field to normalize the pixel offset.’

175. ‘West got away, followed by one other rider, with the rest of the field contesting a very close and tactical bunch sprint in Ramsey town.’

176. ‘Craig was head and shoulders above the rest of the field beating his nearest rival by over a minute.’

177. ‘At 11, she won Hawaii's most prestigious women's event - beating the rest of the field by nine strokes.’

178. ‘By the time the rest of the field got underway Clay Regazzoni's Ferrari was already in second gear and had jumped into a clear lead from the fourth row of the grid.’

179. ‘The Manchester postwoman again proved to be a cut above the rest of the field in the JP Morgan Corporate Chase finals in New York.’

180. ‘Truex was miles ahead of Busch, the rookie of the year, but the two were time zones ahead of the rest of the field.’

181. ‘Tergat produced a brave run, racing through the last nine laps on his own after the rest of the field were unable to match his pace.’

182. ‘That can't be good news for the rest of the field, which not only has to contend with a tough course, but a tough player.’

183. ‘The duo finished, but almost two minutes behind the rest of the field.’

184. ‘Normally, the rest of the field are scared stiff of Radcliffe, last night she was the one with the fear factor.’

185. ‘The contest will narrow the field to 7 teams from a total of 15 for the finals on October 23.’

186. ‘On Monday the 16th, Don Ratcliffe with his sore thumb clobbered the rest of the field by three strokes.’

187. ‘This clearly is a safety risk to both the drivers in the lapped cars and the rest of the field.’

188. ‘In the West, everyone is waiting to see how much the gap between the Lakers and the rest of the field has narrowed.’

189. ‘But the gap between the big boys and the rest of the field is nowhere near as large as people may think.’

190. ‘But he pulled away from the rest of the field by following up with a sparkling 67 which contained five birdies.’

191. ‘The rest of the field fell away and are still waiting for the return of Kevin Mitch to give these guys some competition at the top.’

192. ‘Law led the 46 car field to the green flag.’

193. ‘This was an unusual year for the Oscars: No single film dominated the field and swept the board.’

194. ‘Playing off a 19 handicap, Bob came in with 39 points to beat the field by a single stroke.’

195. ‘The protesters were rounded up underneath the fluttering white cross and red field of Denmark's flag.’

196. ‘It was a flag bearing thirteen stars on a blue field with red and white bars.’

197. ‘The Czech flag consists of a lower red field and an upper white field with a blue wedge reaching from the flagpole side of the flag to its center.’

198. ‘The national flag consists of a square red field with a white equilateral cross at its center.’

199. ‘This approach describes how electrons are influenced by the fields produced by others in the Fermi sea.’

200. ‘They argue that quantum effects (such as intense radiation fields at the funnel) may close the Einstein-Rosen bridge.’

201. ‘In addition, possible polarization effects due to large external steady state electrical fields have been neglected.’

202. ‘An elementary particle in the presence of one of these relic fields would then experience interactions that have a preferred direction in space-time.’

203. ‘Consequently, Einstein and Infeld argue, the distinction between matter and fields is no longer a qualitative one in relativistic physics.’

204. ‘What is to protect us then from the pathological possibilities of strong gravitation fields?’

205. ‘Generating and detecting x rays in the strong fields used for magnetic resonance is difficult, but it can be done.’

206. ‘It agrees with the Newtonian theory for low speeds and weak gravitational fields, but differs from it at high speeds and strong fields.’

207. ‘Like a magnet, the crystal retains the polarization when the field is turned off.’

208. ‘Electrons prefer to avoid regions of strong and oscillating fields, so the wall alone would fling them out.’

209. ‘One of Weil's major achievements was his proof of the Riemann hypothesis for the congruence zeta functions of algebraic function fields.’

210. ‘He became interested in Artin's early work which was on quadratic number fields, in particular the analytic and arithmetic theory.’

211. ‘His work allowed computations in groups to be replaced by computations in certain polynomial algebras over the field of p elements.’

212. ‘He studied the Riemann zeta function, and its extension to arbitrary number fields, discovering important results.’

213. ‘He also started work on elliptic curves and, with Baer, on topological fields.’

214. ‘First, he took his eyes off the ball while fielding at short leg, and failed to notice that Sarwan had lobbed an attempted pull over his right shoulder.’

215. ‘He was a brilliant fielder preferring to field in the deep, where he took some outstanding catches, to close in fielding.’

216. ‘In spite of the soaking wet ball, Joiner also fielded well, as befitted one who, though it was never likely to be his berth in the senior game, was in his schooldays a 1st-XV full-back.’

217. ‘He fielded superbly, could score at close to a run-a-ball in one-dayers at will and whip boundaries through midwicket off balls others would leave outside offstump.’

218. ‘Athy Hockey Club was another beneficiary of Skurt's talents and he fielded for the Showgrounds based club on several occasions.’

219. ‘First baseman Jack Clark fielded the ball and threw to pitcher Todd Worrell who was covering first.’

220. ‘Ruhle fielded the ball and threw to first for an apparent double play.’

221. ‘Orioles right fielder Ken Singleton fielded the ball off the wall and threw to his cutoff man Rich Dauer who in turn fired the ball home.’

222. ‘In my first at-bat, I hit one right back to the pitcher, Don Drysdale, who fielded the ball and threw me out.’

223. ‘Second baseman Bip Roberts fielded the ball but had no one to throw to, putting two Marlins on base.’

224. ‘Hernandez says he had much more time to get in front of ground balls when he played shortstop, but fielding the ball hasn't been a problem for him.’

225. ‘With two outs and a man on second, Jeffrey Hammonds singled to shallow leftfield, where Jeff Conine fielded the ball and fired home.’

226. ‘He often fields ground balls behind second base and makes the throw to first to put out batters.’

227. ‘Unfortunately, he doesn't have much range to his right, and he's horrible at fielding the ball backhanded.’

228. ‘But Barclay spoiled the fairytale as he recovered well fielding the ball.’

229. ‘Frustrated by neglect, Hagan fielded a loose ball in the centre and created a try for his fellow winger, the burly Kevin Wilson who added a further try in the final minute as York ran out of steam.’

230. ‘The big Scot fielded the ball, made to kick again but instead chose to run with the ball, slipped, and was tackled by All Black flanker Mike Brewer who was clearly ahead of the kicker.’

231. ‘Mike Westwood set the pattern of the game after only five minutes when the winger fielded a high ball to return it fully 60 yards into the Sandal 22.’

232. ‘Then, when Vaughan next fielded the ball, he fired it to Geraint Jones, close to Hayden's head.’

233. ‘Nevin, who fielded fly balls at Qualcomm Stadium this winter, said he's now more accepting of the club's decision to move him to the outfield.’

234. ‘He can sacrifice, forcing the first or third baseman to field the ball and make a play away from the lead runner.’

235. ‘He wants to be involved, either with the ball in hand with the enemy guarding the stumps or hurtling round the boundary to field the ball.’

236. ‘The outfielders take fly balls first, then we infielders field ground balls.’

237. ‘After fielding the ball, however, the pitcher threw it way over the first baseman into deep right field.’

238. ‘Foulke fielded the ball and threw to Graffanino at third base.’

239. ‘Under new Olympic rules, only the top 16 nations are allowed to field teams at the games.’

240. ‘One is that he fielded a weakened team and then won the Challenge Cup final, so I'm sure he feels it was justified.’

241. ‘With nine men and five women this is the first time Great Britain has fielded a full team at a World Cup event.’

242. ‘Anyway, we should be able to field a team from the same league as your club and still beat Macedonia - not that we did last time.’

243. ‘Last time St Helens visited Odsal they enraged both Bradford fans and players alike by fielding a second-string team.’

244. ‘Both teams field line-ups composed mostly of youth players.’

245. ‘Zimba said he would not field a team at the Rhino Sevens because the tournament was only meant for clubs.’

246. ‘Buz McCall, who has fielded championship teams in sports car racing and is a former NASCAR owner, notes today's trend toward specialization.’

247. ‘With most of their first team on tour in Belgium, Yarnbury still managed to field a strong line-up.’

248. ‘Alou is viewed favorably for fielding competitive teams despite a severe payroll disadvantage, one that became more difficult in the past two seasons.’

249. ‘Then Indians were fielding a team dogged with injuries.’

250. ‘They'll win the pennant, again, because they're fielding the same team, plus Mike Mussina.’

251. ‘While he has never taken a team to the Super Bowl, he is adept at fielding a competitive team that minimizes mistakes.’

252. ‘He's been a national example not only in wins and losses but also fielding teams of fine young men.’

253. ‘Against Mexico, Arena played the aging Cobi Jones and Stewart while the Mexican manager fielded a team dominated by young players.’

254. ‘India has seldom fielded a women's team outside the country.’

255. ‘With a few African mixed teams being fielded, the relays lost much of the relevance in the overall context.’

256. ‘The fact that India fielded three teams underscored the growing depth of talent.’

257. ‘Despite all of the changes, the Bills still should be able to field a competitive team in 2000.’

258. ‘But manager Tom Kelly should be able to field a team with enough speed to manufacture runs.’

259. ‘All three main political parties are also fielding candidates in these elections, as are the Greens.’

260. ‘The Socialist Equality Party is fielding candidates in the federal election to lay the basis for a mass political movement of the working class that will fight for this perspective.’

261. ‘ALL three major political parties have fielded candidates for the forthcoming by-election for the Ogbourne ward of Kennet District Council.’

262. ‘Unsurprisingly each main political party has fielded a candidate, including the present council leader being nominated by the Labour Party.’

263. ‘Among small parties fielding candidates in this election are some which are seeking to divide our society on racial and asylum issues.’

264. ‘At the same time, smaller parties that fielded no candidates for prime minister invested all their efforts in the Knesset elections.’

265. ‘The Liberal Party will field another nine candidates for functional constituencies.’

266. ‘The Green Party is fielding candidates in only 114 constituencies, but hopes to gain its first seat in the Commons this year.’

267. ‘Little Lever is the only ward in which the Green Party is fielding a candidate.’

268. ‘The party is fielding candidates in next month's local elections in seven Yorkshire wards including those at the centre of last summer's rioting in Bradford and Leeds.’

269. ‘In that event, I'd blame the entire Democratic Party for even fielding a candidate.’

270. ‘Pensioner parties are fielding candidates in the Scottish elections, so now we have someone to identify with.’

271. ‘The Progressive Democrats and the Green Party are each fielding a candidate in both and Kildare South also has an independent candidate.’

272. ‘The party will field candidates in all three Bolton seats at the general election.’

273. ‘The British National Party is fielding a record 14 candidates in the rock-solid Labour stronghold of Barnsley.’

274. ‘Several other fringe parties are fielding candidates on various councils.’

275. ‘For example, some parties are not fielding candidates for the presidency by way of protest, but they can give their members the green light to vote anyway.’

276. ‘Apart from the trio, the party will field nine candidates in the functional constituencies.’

277. ‘However, that has not happened, with only the three main parties fielding candidates.’

278. ‘The last time the party fielded a candidate here was in 1997.’

279. ‘Unfortunately, the Zulus did not resort to guerrilla warfare as previous opponents had done, but fielded an enormous army.’

280. ‘This was an organizational imperative made necessary by the ever larger armies fielded by continental military systems during the 19th century.’

281. ‘Each side fielded armies that were very similar in tactics, organization, and equipment, and both used African and Gallic auxiliary troops.’

282. ‘Yet neither of these sources deal with the wars of the late sixteenth century, by which time major combatants were fielding armies of many tens of thousands.’

283. ‘Rolling in wealth, the Church built great edifices and fielded its own armies and sank deeper and deeper into immorality, materialism, and decadence.’

284. ‘He fielded an army that was a match for the Greeks, but Porus' army had an additional advantage: war elephants.’

285. ‘In 1270, against the advice of counselors and family, Louis again fielded an army and headed east.’

286. ‘Both the Korean states fielded large armies who fought bravely.’

287. ‘The Soviet Union then fielded a huge army that had bested the Wehrmacht and was fully capable of gobbling up large chunks of Western Europe.’

288. ‘The Romans quickly fielded another army, for the heart of Roman strength was in central and southern Italy.’

289. ‘One day we will field this army, we will have the chance to show our power, but it will not be this day.’

290. ‘They even developed independent governments, raised their own taxes, fielded their own armies.’

291. ‘They were too busy fighting one another to field an effective army yet.’

292. ‘To date the Army has certified and fielded a total of seven Apache Longbow battalions.’

293. ‘I'm also skeptical that an ongoing draft is the only way to field a large army anyway.’

294. ‘Bruce also does an accurate job of reporting the political joustings among the Army generals for the new American Army soon to be fielded.’

295. ‘Also, the French people, a nation in arms, could field a far larger army then a similar sized state.’

296. ‘The other day, fielding questions about her aversion for holding press conferences, she openly admitted to her feeling that media exercises may not yield the desired results.’

297. ‘He's fielding questions from young people around the world.’

298. ‘Mr. Curtis will not be fielding any questions after his remarks, and we kindly request that you respect the family's wishes.’

299. ‘Since they were mainly fielding questions from the audience, there was little room for interaction amongst the panel of seven hopeful MPs.’

300. ‘Trust me, it's not easy scooping up gift votives and stocking stuffers while fielding questions about your love life.’

301. ‘The wardens, after fielding our questions with what could only be called glee, were of course curious to discover our nationality.’

302. ‘She fielded questions from the inquisitive bunch and shared her life experiences during an interactive session, which, she said, she preferred.’

303. ‘Both agencies fielded some tough questions today about why they aren't sharing more information with each other.’

304. ‘Following the speech he fielded student questions posed from a microphone placed on the floor in front of the podium.’

305. ‘We were dressed in bizarre costumes and did a talk and then fielded questions.’

306. ‘He fields questions more routinely at other White House events.’

307. ‘He gives endless media briefings, fielding every question with dignity, and with as much straight-talking as you will ever hear from a politician.’

308. ‘They were fielding questions, as if to prove they had nothing to hide.’

309. ‘This is where the Beeb had a less obliging audience for fielding its questions.’

310. ‘He manfully fielded tough questions about precisely how brilliant his leadership was and the personal toll of improving the lives of every living creature in his kingdom.’

311. ‘There, she fielded their questions with all the skill and charm of a politician on the election trail, but with sincerity, too.’

312. ‘For ten days now I've fielded panicked phone calls and emails.’

313. ‘Many of the smart-growth complaints I've fielded have this same plaintive sound.’

314. ‘Canegrowers Isis chairman Joe Russo said he had been fielding calls all day from stunned and angered growers.’

315. ‘Flight Lieutenant Prudence Buckton said it was great to be out of her office and in a field environment.’

316. ‘These studies can either be carried out in laboratory cultures or preferably in a field environment.’

317. ‘Many experiments in fields like social psychology are laboratory experiments rather than field experiments.’

318. ‘Twenty-one interviewers and four supervisors carried out the field interviews.’

319. ‘However, it was forced to carry out the field checks following the allegations.’

320. ‘This modelling approach was tested in eight independent field environments of different sowing dates in two growing seasons.’

321. ‘Both test these hypotheses with manipulations of natural populations in a field setting.’

322. ‘Robust estimates of uncertainty in field data can be carried forward to become explicit in published 3D models.’

323. ‘But now we have the laboratory and field evidence that shows it is definitely happening.’

324. ‘The duo will also be assisting the Ministry of Environment and Tourism with field training.’

325. ‘It is thus not a problem to establish a field laboratory for on-site sample preparation and flow analysis.’

326. ‘This development will permit explicit information on uncertainty to be carried forward from field data to the final product.’

327. ‘It seems there is a trade-off between controlled studies and natural field research.’

328. ‘These core findings are supported by over 400 laboratory and field studies.’

329. ‘This has been verified by comparing the results of laboratory and field machines on standard materials.’

330. ‘Two observations supported throughout the field research form a framework for much that follows.’

331. ‘The constants used were the mean values for H and J calculated from each set of field observations.’

332. ‘Members of all ages bring natural history objects to meetings, using them to discuss the wonders and puzzles of field observation.’

333. ‘To check whether visitors looked for nectar, a small piece of the corolla spur was cut in some flowers during the field observations.’

334. ‘The projects would contain field surveys, observations and experimentations.’

335. ‘The full bag is lightweight and fits into military field clothing pockets.’

336. ‘Light siege engines and field artillery bulked behind the infantry, crews crouched at their weapons.’

337. ‘Matrikon was chosen to develop the main application and Tridon to implement the hardware on the field equipment.’

338. ‘No one said anything about armored personnel carriers organic to the armored field artillery units.’

339. ‘fielding continues to remaining field artillery units in the Army National Guard.’

340. ‘The field artillery could develop GPS munitions that could work in a similar fashion.’

341. ‘Therefore, the idea is to make the field artillery a one-round, one-kill combat arm.’

342. ‘The unit assembled at Fort Sill recently to test all aspects of their field artillery skills.’

343. ‘For a more detailed military example, consider the introduction of a mobile field gun.’

344. ‘In sum, field artillery systems were built for an organization developed decades earlier.’

345. ‘Al Qaeda tried to infiltrate one privatized military field kitchen, in Afghanistan.’

346. ‘We took the liberty of bringing medical supplies along with standard field kits for any operation.’

347. ‘A three-piece field artillery battery was involved for marking and night illumination tasks.’

348. ‘Sanders would eventually command a field artillery battalion activated at Camp Rucker.’

349. ‘Next year, when he chooses his branch, he'll be putting in for field artillery.’

350. ‘The field gun destroyed the building being used by Hollis as shelter.’

351. ‘The fire crackled, breaking the silent slumber of the field animals who had settled down in their dens.’

352. ‘My former ant loving celly, Penguin, would be in seventh heaven if left to his own devices with the field ants.’

353. ‘The field Mouse is a small rodent, found in long rolling plains or alternately old houses and any place in between.’

354. ‘The game, the fastest and most skilful field game on the planet, requires such devotion.’

355. ‘The NLL uses the Canadian box game with certain variations taken from field lacrosse.’

356. ‘Both sides get to play a number of increasingly stupid field games until a winner is decided.’

357. ‘Jack Lynch, who knew a thing or two about hurling, once said it was the greatest field game in the world.’

358. ‘That was all he had to say on his own preferred field game, however.’

359. ‘His view was that they were catering for two major field games and that each deserved separate consideration.’

360. ‘But when it comes to the greatest field game in the world, the Meath lads don't pass much heed.’

361. ‘We have two great field games and we should never let them become wars of attrition.’

362. ‘It does not happen in other field games where they simply perform their primary duty and that is to enforce the rules.’

363. ‘Even in the fastest field game in the world, you get a second every now and again.’

364. ‘New people to the area or indeed anyone with an interest in promoting the fastest most skilled field game in the world are welcome to attend.’

365. ‘The field athletics will take place on the pitch on Saturday, May 7 at 2.30 pm sharp.’

366. the set of all rational numbers is a field

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