Voges

Vo·ges

(fō'ges),
Otto, 19th-20th-century German microbiologist. See: Voges-Proskauer reaction.
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To this day, Frans Hogenberg's (1560-1610) visual reports on the Dutch Revolt continue to shape perceptions of the events, and Voges presents a comprehensive historical analysis of those prints.
Bancroft also revealed the major influences of Australian coach Justin Langer and Western Australia mentor Adam Voges while he has been out.
In it, Bancroft describes the major influence Australian coach Justin Langer has had on him, along with West Australian mentor Adam Voges.
Summary: Sydney [Australia], Nov 21 (ANI): Veteran Australian batsman Adam Voges has stated that he is "not surprised" by Cricket Australia's (CA) decision to uphold the ban of former skipper Steve Smith, opener David Warner, and pacer Cameron Bancroft.
An entertaining day began with Hampshire on top and forcing Malan and Voges to battle hard for supremacy on a pitch on which facing the new ball was a testing proposition in early overcast and chilly conditions.
Middlesex captain Adam Voges suffered a suspected concussion at the Rose Bowl after being hit on the head by a throw while in the field against Hampshire.
He bowled 15 tidy overs before he started to drop short in his last three before tea, when Adam Voges hit him for five fours.
Robson added 71 for the third wicket with Nick Compton, who was lbw to Rikki Clarke for 44 in the morning session, and then 105 for the fourth wicket with Adam Voges, who went on to make 92 and take advantage of some gentle late afternoon batting practice against Warwickshire's occasional and non-bowlers.
It's not easy to be in the shoes of Adam Voges these days.
Adam Voges had made seven when he shouldered arms to Doug Bracewell, delivering the final over of the first day, and was bowled.
Trent Boult, Southee (if fit) and the progressive Matt Henry form a dangerous pace attack who could take early wickets against the undercooked Aussies so Adam Voges looks overpriced at 6-1 to top-score from the middle-order.
CENTURIES from Steve Smith and Adam Voges helped Australia build a 193-run lead after New Zealand's Ross Taylor had broken a 111-year record on day four of the second Test in Perth.