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  • England eventually drew the match and went out of the tournament on penalties.
  • This is the most penalties in the final match of a major international tournament.
  • The law also provided penalties for those who tried to re-establish the Orders.
  • For those unable to pay those penalties, they would be required to labor for the state.
  • Among the legal services offered there are legal aid services and the application of penalties.
  • Major penalties only end when five minutes have elapsed or the game has ended.
  • The equipment often has built-in scoring systems and various penalties for taking hits.
  • These penalties end either when the time runs out or when the other team scores during the power play.
  • That was the result of regular time, so the winner was decided by penalties.
  • A player may receive a red card directly for particularly rough penalties.
  • In doing so, they became the first Football League team to win promotion on penalties.
  • Australia has steep penalties for growing and using drugs even for personal use.
  • Generally, private citizens are not allowed to possess guns and penalties include death.
  • In the cup final, he again made two saves when that match was also decided on penalties.
  • There are usually no further penalties after one team has already negged.
  • England went out to Germany on penalties in the semi-final.
  • These two penalties were the first in a World Cup final.
  • There are no penalties if they decide against it or against continuing with the program.
  • They use this arm to signal penalties throughout the game.
  • Thirty-two penalties had to be taken before the tie was decided.
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Root form of penalties is penalty for the noun.

Meaning of penalties

  • noun A payment required for not fulfilling a contract
  • noun The disadvantage or painful consequences of an action or condition
    neglected his health and paid the penalty
  • noun (games) a handicap or disadvantage that is imposed on a competitor (or a team) for an infraction of the rules of the game