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(in cricket) a bowled ball that is outside the batsman's reach and scores a run for the batting side
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Her eyes remained very wide open, and she lay very still, confirmed in her instinctive conviction that things don't bear looking into very much.
Though my eyes and ears had been wide open during my audience with the jeddak and my various passages through the palace, I had seen or heard nothing of Dejah Thoris or Thuvia of Ptarth.
He has such round blue eyes and they are so wide open with looking about.
I love company," she finished, scampering up the stairs and throwing her door wide open.
But it wasn't until after a guest slot on fellow soul maestro Thundercat's song Show You The Way that he relaunched his songwriting with this year's album Wide Open.
Wide Open Media Group, a digital media publisher, has launched its new content publishing venture, WideOpenRoads.
GCHQ has stepped in to make sure that the smart meter rollout in Britain will not be catastrophically insecure and wide open to hacking.
The FPM will be moving alone in the street, but the field is wide open for all to join, so are national dossiers wide open for all en route to the much-aspired solutions," Aswad told the Voice of Lebanon radio station.
The Willie McCreery-trained filly has already proved she stays today's trip, and even further as she won over six and a half at Sligo as a juvenile, but Great Wide Open did not win in three starts over six furlongs and further, and was successful only when dropping back to five furlongs.
SAMMY MORROW believes the title race is wide open ahead of the top of the table clash with Crusaders on New Year's Day.
Despite a few pro/con discussions covering different perspectives on topics such as fracking, Eyes Wide Open emphasizes research-based findings in environmental science.
The Prince should visit with his eyes wide open in order to witness the real situation in Bahrain.