Ballance


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Bal·lance

(bal'ăns),
Charles A., English surgeon, 1856-1936. See: Ballance sign, Koerte-Ballance operation.
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On their prospects of turning advantage into victory, Ballance added: "It will be tough.
Ballance has now batted twice for England, the other being a one-dayer against Ireland, and faced a total of three balls without scoring a run.
Alastair Cook, Matt Prior, James Anderson, Jonny Bairstow, Gary Ballance, Ian Bell, Stuart Broad, Michael Carberry, Steven Finn, Monty Panesar, Kevin Pietersen, Boyd Rankin, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Graeme Swann, Chris Tremlett, Jonathan Trott.
They have been replaced by Ballance, James Taylor and Danny Briggs.
Santorelli ordered Ballance held on a $10,000 cash bail or $30,000 bond.
The group intends to provide access through multiple channels, including agents and brokers, call centers and the Internet, while ensuring that customers can go from one channel to another and find their account information readily available, Ballance said.
A bulk sample of DSO from Paradise North has been shipped to Ballance on 27 June 2012.
Ballance made serene progress to his highest score since he made 122 in the first Test against West Indies in Antigua in April as Yorkshire reached 346 for six at stumps on the first day.
Ballance therefore moves in the opposite direction, back to Yorkshire, on the back of just one Test half-century in his last 10 innings.
The trio of Adam Lyth, Gary Ballance and Ian Bell should all be wondering whether or not they will make it into the side for the Third Investec Test at Edgbaston.
England wrapped up the victory fter a magical morning from James Anderson and a ruthless chase from Alastair Cook and Gary Ballance.
England had set up the game expertly in rushing to 333 for seven, Jos Buttler joining Ballance with a sparkling unbeaten cameo worth 59.