Chalked Up

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A regional phrase for being under the influence of cocaine
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BT chalked up a further milestone yesterday in its bid to focus on new-wave technologies with news of a record quarter for broadband connections.
Chennai's new all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja must live up to a price tag of more than $2m and Sporting have chalked up his performance at 26-30.
The 34-year-old, who also chalked up his 392nd Premiership appearance against the Londoners, says it was an important victory, with United having dropped points against Wolves and Liverpool in their previous two games.
Baltimore will entertain Houston on Sunday after the Texans beat the Bengals 31-10 and the Ravens, who won the AFC North with a 12-4 record, have been chalked up as seven-and-a-half-point favourites.
ENGLAND opener Alastair Cook faces another test of his mettle this morning and Sporting Index chalked up his second-innings runs at 36-41, writes James Milton.