Definitions for key position
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
A civilian position, public or private (designated by the employer and approved by the Secretary concerned), that cannot be vacated during war or national emergency.
Key position player
In the sport of Australian rules football, a "key position player" refers to players that play in the main forward or defensive roles. These make up what is known as the "spine" of a team. Key positions on an Australian rules field are usually deemed to be centre half-forward, full-forward, centre half-back and full-back. Key position players are usually tall and strongly built. Some KPPs include Wayne Carey, Matthew Scarlett, Barry Hall and Glen Jakovich.
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