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  • Both teams may then try to compete for the ball by trying to hook the ball backwards with their feet.
  • Tradition also holds that, to avoid pursuit and make good their escape, they walked backwards with their faces towards the town so that their footprints appeared to be going into the town.
  • The wrestler then pulls the opponent's head backwards with their arms and the opponent's far leg outwards with their leg.
  • Far out on the flanks rode the vedettes, halting at every rise, and peering backwards with their hands shading their eyes. Cited from A Desert Drama, by A. Conan Doyle
  • They are, as I may add, so fully conscious of the power of their weapons, that when enraged they will charge backwards with their spines erected, yet still inclined backwards. Cited from Expression Emotion in Man & Animals, by Darwin #2
  • The capoeirista grabs the opponent behind the knees and pulls/lifts while pushing the opponent backwards with their shoulder, driving him to the ground.
  • Extremely flexible, and yielding to their own weight, they had previously drooped backwards with their free extremities pointing towards the head of the insect as it hung reversed. Cited from Social Life in the Insect World, by J. H. Fabre
  • The offside line becomes the last foot of the last man on each side of the ruck and players compete for the ball by attempting to drive one another from the area and to 'ruck' the ball backwards with their feet.
  • The two hookers (and sometimes the props) then compete for possession by trying to hook the ball backwards with their feet, while the entire pack tries to push the opposing pack backwards.
  • With the ball in the tunnel the two hookers (and sometimes the props) compete for possession by trying to hook the ball backwards with their feet, while the entire pack tries to push the opposing pack backwards.