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On a single coin toss, the chances of getting heads or tails is one in two, but the chance of getting heads twice in a row is one in four.
Only a moment later, Mahomes zinged another 20-yard touchdown toss to Hill, giving him 261 yards on the day.
He passed for more than 400 yards for the fourth time in his career, and one of his five touchdown passes was an underhanded toss to Travis Kelce.
The center fielder booted a single, the cutoff man threw poorly toward home, the catcher whiffed a perfectly catchable toss and, just for unnecessary garnish, the losing pitcher forgot to back up home plate.
In the South Bay, a coin toss decided a 2000 race for a spot the Otay Water District board.
Then Squinty would toss the apple up in the air, off his nose, and catch it as it came down.
When he assails a calf, the cow will rush upon him, and one toss from her horns is sufficient to kill him.
HUNTING THE LIONSR.M. BALLANTYNE
Sues saucy, self-congratulatory toss of the head 14 stung her so that she could have cried out.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
“I am sure they are going to use my idea,” Belle Ringold said, with a toss of her bobbed curls.
A pure toss up whether he pulls round or not; luckily he has a frame of iron.

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