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bowl

(bōl) a rounded, more or less hemispherical open container.
mastoid bowl , mastoidectomy bowl the hollow bony defect in the temporal bone created by open mastoidectomy.
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Bowler, who joined the board in 1980, said this statement explained the "costly" things the club have been doing since the scandal broke in November 2016 and that the club have been "thoroughly" investigated by the police.
From the juniors to the seniors, men and women, the Wallneuk centre continues to attract bowlers from across the county.
He even feels that it's the fast bowlers who hold the key to Test cricket's future.
If after five years a bowler comes and plays all three formats plays the leagues that mean it's an achievement, because I didn't play cricket in those five years,' stated Amir.
His is coming into new team, so it takes time for a bowler to adjust.
KARACHI -- Indian captain Virat Kohli recently said that Pakistan's pacer Mohammad Amir is among the toughest bowlers he has faced in international cricket.
And this surprise result showed there are good bowlers playing outside the top section.
Pakistan's Waqar Younis and India's Zaheer Khan, who are both widely regarded as two of the greatest fast bowlers of their generation, both said that injuries are part and parcel of a bowler's career, when interviewed by Gulf News in Dubai this week where they are pundits for OSN during the Champions Trophy.
These bowler tricks create an illusion that some batboys are great.
Currently Bowler is director, Strategy, Planning and Budget within the department.
An 'optimal' fast bowling technique is defined as one that allows the bowler to ball fast with a relatively low injury risk (13).
Bowler notes that satisfaction had been trending upward leading up to and into 2009, before dropping from 773 to 750 in 2010 due to the recession.