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An attachment on a bulldozer, used in the removal of tree stumps.
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This places him third on the all-time list of Australian stumpers at the same point in their careers.
His performance against the Scots made up at 39 and, while he may not match the heroics of fellow stumper Gilchrist, who had a make-up of 141 in 2005 when Australia last played a onedayer at The Oval, he looks a cheap buy at 35.
Fellow free-scoring batsman Stuart Law perished for just 14, while stumper Luke Sutton fell to off-spinner Gareth Breese as the hosts lost half their side for 55 before the 20th over.
Former Gateshead Fell stumper Tom Skillbeck, though, is available and could well return to the line-up.
Stumper Lee Watkins struck a vital 25 out of 98-7 while messrs Jones and Hill, with seven victims between them, did the damage.
The operation, to insert catheters, was intended to make subsequent open heart surgery easier and safer, consultant paediatric cardiologist Dr Oliver Stumper told the inquest.
Somerset stumper Craig Kieswetter should be rewarded for a bumper firstclass summer as well as impressive one-day performances.
North was one of six victims for Prior in the third Test and if James Anderson and Graham Onions can take advantage of Headingley's fabled swing-friendly conditions, it could be another busy match for the Sussex stumper.
And the stumper will have plenty of experience of knowing what to expect from the bulk of the bowlers, with four of them playing with him at Elland, in the shape of quick bowlers Danny Rhodes, Craig Fletcher and Sam Scott, plus spinner Greg Buckley.
The Wearside stumper fell just two runs short of his career-best score recorded at Northampton last year.
Humble's absence gives Tynemouth's Barry Stewart another opportunity to impress, and 17-year-old stumper Jamie Crichton continues to deputise for Nicholson.
Dr Oliver Stumper, consultant paediatric cardiologist at the hospital, said Lucy had been born at Coventry's George Eliot Hospital with a hole in the heart, narrow aorta arteries and a faulty valve.