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Mommsen

Theodor . 1817--1903, German historian, noted esp for The History of Rome (1854--56): Nobel prize for literature 1902
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Mommsen (above) said Ireland had played aroun only nine full member teams since the 2011 World Cup.
But Durbanborn Mommsen, 27, said they would try to win every game.
The vast inventory of transitional land that once commanded $30,000 to $100,000 per acre during its heyday found its bottom near farmland values in the $8,000 to $12,000 per acre range during 2010 and 2011," noted Mommsen.
But Wayne White led the way for the Lightning with four for 38 from eight overs, including the wickets of Mommsen and Moneeb Iqbal in the space of five balls in the 38th over.
MacLeod gloved a leg-side catch to wicketkeeper Phil Mustard, Mommsen hooked straight to long leg and ex-Durham player Moneeb Iqbal was bowled by Mark Wood.
Ajmal had Mommsen stumped with ease off the last ball of the 36th over.
Glover returned to take two wickets in three balls, bowling Mommsen middle stump and trapping Ryan Flannigan leg before.
Bowling: Parker 7-0-47-5; Goudie 7-0-36-4; Drummond 8-0-49-0; Haq 8-0-26-0; Burnett 5-0-31-0; Mommsen 5-0-28-1.
Off spinner Mommsen accounted for Tim Ambrose, but luckily for Warwickshire they still had two allrounders who were able to put on 66 for the eighth wicket.
Mark Mommsen hales from Goose Lake, Iowa and is an agricultural engineering major at Iowa State University (ISU), Ames.
To recent alumni like Lisa Mommsen and Elizabeth Kuwahara, both 29, the woman who recruited them to this school is a second mom.