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toss up

1. Statistically uncertain.
2. As likely to occur as not.
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England have yet to confirm their line-up - after no toss or exchange of team sheets - but Langer said they will go with Josh Hazlewood in place of the rested James Pattinson.
With its partnership with domestic P2P financial firms such as Tera Funding, Viva Republica has offered real estate investment brokerage services via its Toss app.
Toss the croutons with the roasted corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, and herbs and a bit of salt and pepper.
Now only Adam Gilchrist has the worst toss winning percentage than Finch, as he won four tosses in his 17 matches as captain.
In a phone interview Cudilla said both sides decided on a 'best of three' tosses. 'In those three instances I won so, of course, I was very happy,' she said.
Neesham took 33 off the penultimate over when he smacked Kusal Perera for five sixes, a single and a two with the two coming off one of five no balls from full tosses above waist height.
South Korean payment firm, Toss, has said that it has raised capital.
The objective of the TOSS Show is to highlight the trade potential of hunting and sporting arms and allied products manufacturing industry and to make it a corner stone in foreign exchange earnings.
At Rawalpindi Stadium, the Rawalpindi Region bowlers made most of their toss win at their own backyard by getting ZTBL all out for meager 173 runs in their Pool B match.
Galle -- The idea of scrapping the traditional coin toss prior to test matches has found a 'big fan' in South Africa captain Faf du Plessis who believes it would help reduce home advantage and bring more balance.
LAHORE -- While legendary batsman Javed Miandad has endorsed International Cricket Council's proposal to abolish toss from the game, another former Test cricketer Salim Altaf says instead of doing away with the tradition, the game's governing body should introduce international curators to produce standardised pitches.