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Non-moving attacker exception to the offside rule; what is it? When was it implemented?

This is just the definition of an offside offence in the Law Of The Game being applied as it always has. Law 11.2 is the text you need. Quoted in part to illustrate the key points: 2. Offside Offence ...
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Non-moving attacker exception to the offside rule; what is it? When was it implemented?

There is no generic exception for "non-moving"; Law 11 sets out the situations in which a offside offence is committed: A player in an offside position at the moment the ball is played or ...
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Can the bails be kept in the hands when a wicketkeeper attempts a stumping?

The wicket is down and the striker is out, Stumped. From the Laws of Cricket, Law 29 The Wicket Is Down: 29.1 Wicket put down 29.1.1 The wicket is put down if a bail is completely removed from the ...
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Why do combat sports use weight classes, but not other sports?

Safety, mostly A basketball team that loses very badly is humiliated. A boxer (or wrestler, mixed martial artist, etc.) who loses very badly might be severely hurt or even killed. Per Wikipedia, ...
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