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Prepositions - Among

1. Among can mean surrounded by.

Pattern: verb + among + plural (three or more) noun
They camped in the woods among the trees.

2. Among can mean with each other.

Pattern: verb + among + plural (three or more) noun
The children quarreled among themselves.

Typical verbs before among:
argue, celebrate, debate, discuss something, fight, play, share something, talk

3. Among can mean to the individuals in a group.

Pattern: verb + among + plural (three or more) noun
They distributed the flyers among the students.

Typical verbs before among: distribute, hand out, pass out

4. Among can mean included in a group.
Your friends are among the survivors.

5. Among can indicate many of a group.
Latin dancing is popular among the college students.
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    The playing field

    The field shall be established on any safe terrain suitable for play in accordance with the following provisions which equal the dimensions of a softball field see Diagram 2: a. the kickball diamond is a square with equal sides of 60 feet or about 20 paces with a base at each corner; b. the distance from home plate to second base and from first base to third base is 84 feet 10 1 4 inches or about 28 paces. The distance between any base and home plate shall be measured from the back corner of each; c. the pitching strip is in the center of the diamond, 42 feet 5 1 8 inches or about 14 paces from home plate, and directly aligned with the 1st3rd base diagonal; d. the pitching mound extends 12 feet from the center of the pitching strip see Rule 8.02; e. the sidelines are lines 10 feet on the outside of and parallel to the foul lines, the area between the foul lines and the sidelines is the sideline area see Rule 1.07; f. when available, cones are placed: at the outside corner of first, second, and third base, and not touching the base; on the foul lines 30 feet or about 10 paces behind first and third base; and on the sidelines 10 from home plate; g. the kicking box is a rectangle with the front of the box aligned with the front of home plate and the back of the box aligned with the sideline cones behind home plate. Lines extending forward from the sideline cones perpendicular to the front of home plate make up the sides of the kicking box. The area directly forward the kicking box is fair territory see Diagram 2B. The kicker is not required to start in the kicking box, however the kick must occur within the kicking box. h. the foul lines are fair territory.The strike zone is a threedimensional irregular pentagon based on the shape of home plate and is one 1 foot in height. The front of the zone aligns with the front of home plate. The sides of the zone extend one 1 foot to either side of the plate. The back edges of the zone are one 1 foot from the back sides of the plate see Diagram 4. The strike zone may not be marked by cones or other raised objects.


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