snick


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snick

1. a knot in thread, etc.
2. Cricket
a. a glancing blow off the edge of the bat
b. the ball so hit
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But when Atherton fell to a snick behind to keeper Adam Gilchrist off the bowling of Shane Warne, as so often in the past, the rest of England batsmen followed suit.
Straight out of the crate, a Japanese four will snick, snick, snick away as you shift up and down.
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He swept on McDermott's error and jinked past the keeper, but amazingly failed to snick the ball in an empty net.
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Smith, reprieved on 17 when wicketkeeper Andrew Patterson grassed a snick off Robin Martin-Jenkins, reached his half-century from 109 deliveries and the pair moved solidly on, adding 50 in 104 balls, 100 in 163 and 150 in 268.
Pugh brought up his half-century with a huge swipe over square leg for six, but tried to drive the next ball from Lampitt through the off-side and got a snick to Steve Rhodes.
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With a little more luck and some snicks going to hand instead of into gaps, we could have actually made a close game of it.