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cry

1. Hunting the baying of a pack of hounds hunting their quarry by scent
2. a pack of hounds
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But Frost cried off because of work commitments and Maxton got lost trying to find the Staffordshire ground after travelling from Kent.
But he cried off, so I ended up asking him how often he'd visit me at uni.
Wanderers' centre and place-kicker Gareth McCarthy cried off just before the start with hamstring trouble.
WARWICK were without a first-team game because their East Midlands Premier opponents cried off.
Her opponent Michaela Krajicek collapsed with heat exhaustion in the third round, Kim Clijsters sprained her ankle in the third set of their semi final and then Henin- Hardenne cried off sick.
Founded in 2000 as West End Academicals, they lost every game in that first season ( but never cried off any game.
Rawiller, who cried off two rides for Dai Burchell at Chepstow last night, said: ``I was pretty keen to stay on a couple of weeks more, but I've got to go back due to a family accident, so I'm arranging my flights now.
Leaders Langbaurgh were left kicking their heels when Newcastle cried off, unable to field a team.
He cried off the British-trained pair Notable Lady in the Group One Phoenix Stakes and Caldy Dancer in the Group Three Debutante Stakes on August 10 because he was unable to ride at the required weight of 8st 11lb.
Paul Merson cried off with sciatica, but the real sick parade was Glentoran's.
Fears were raised that O'Rourke (above) might have re-activated his troublesome hip injury when he cried off last Sunday's Frank Govern Memorial final tie against Cavan, after being named to start at midfield.
WOLVES' goalscoring hero Neill Collins would not have even been on the pitch if Michael Mancienne had not cried off with a headache minutes before kick-off.