The other, to his immediate left, is calling for a touchback, the result of an interception.
How could they review that and not decide that was an interception?
The interception was one of more than 300 since the surge in fighting between Israel and the Islamic Hamas group last week.
He smiled with relief as pips sparked into life, indicating the interception of homing missiles.
The interception of all lateral light caused a dismal gloom.
They even estimate with remarkable correctness the distance and height of buildings by the reflection or interception of sound.
They are the last and possibly by far the most important “safety” in case of interception.
Sim was waggling his wings, ordering the boys to spread out and get set for interception.
The suppressed psychic impulse remains strong enough to revenge itself, by discontent and interception, on the suppressing agency.
It should never mean worse if the danger of interception is properly guarded.
early 15c., "action of intercepting" (the flow of a bodily fluid), from Latin interceptionem (nominative interceptio) "a seizing, taking away," noun of action from intercipere (see intercept). Specific football/rugby sense is attested by 1906. Meaning "action of closing in on and destroying an enemy aircraft, etc." is recorded from 1941.