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ballas

[′bal·əs]
(mineralogy)
A spherical aggregate of small diamond crystals; used in diamond drill bits and other diamond tools.
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Designed for maximum style and enjoyment, BALLER JEANS have been created for the modern urban male who has a taste for originality and loves to be comfortable where it counts.
Proud father Mr Nigel Baller, a 35-year-old conference project manager from Hay Mills, said yesterday: "They're beautiful, everything I could wish for.
Mrs Baller is married to Richard, an engineering company managing director.
Mrs Baller said the discovery took the sparkle out of her wedding day.
The versatile Baller scored the winning try and conversion at Ayr in the British and Irish Cup, earning Pontypridd a 22-21 victory.
Mrs Baller is married to Richard, a 44-year-old engineering company managing director, and has a younger son, two-year-old Harry.
Pontypridd: Try - N Strong; pens - K Baller (2) Doncaster: Tries - A Boyde, A Kettle, D Flockhart, S Laurie; cons - J Brookes (2)
When Baller buzzed over from a ruck and referee Fear awarded a penalty try after skipper Nathan Strong was felled by a high tackle, Ponty had pocketed the bonus point.
Versatile Kristian Baller, busy as a bee at scrum-half, kicked both conversions and added two penalties to give his side a 20-0 advantage at the break.
NBA Ballers: Rebound is the only one-on-one basketball videogame available for the PSP highlighting the rags-to-riches path from an unknown Baller to today's biggest NBA superstar and is based on the original Midway title, NBA Ballers.
Centre Adam Thomas and outstanding flanker Darren Waters got the first-half tries and, with scrum-half Kristan Baller adding two conversions and two penalties, it was already 20-0 by the break.
Tries for Ponty came from Dicomidis, Adam Thomas, Chris Martenko, Aaron Bramwell, Kristian Baller, Darren Waters, two from Lewis Williams and hat-tricks from Chris Clayton and Matthew Nutthall.