In the 1940s, the Jewish rackets were waning in influence as the Italian Mafia expanded.
As of 2005, Safin estimated he had broken more than 300 rackets in emotional outbursts.
Vercoe and Bourne were the victorious finalists at Kensington in the rackets.
As long as I ignore their rackets they accept me in their midst, talk freely with me around.
We had to take our rackets off, for it was so rocky and uneven that we could not use them.
The wings are of a purple-brown, as is the tail; but the rackets are black, shot with green.
The boy called to 'Merican Joe who had paused to refasten the thongs of his rackets.
The tennis players came in sight, waving a salutation with their rackets.
The Englishmen seemed to be enjoying themselves and they took a long time to select the rackets.
The girls flung down their rackets and ran joyfully to meet her.
[1970s+ College students; fr the kick out of danger in football, fr mid1800s Rugby football, ''kick the ball before it hits the ground,'' of unknown origin; perhaps echoic]