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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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While rejecting the widely held notion that foreign policy belongs to the president, he spoke in unflinching terms about the Vietnam War, stating prophetically: "We're going to become guilty, in my judgment, of being the greatest threat to the peace of the world.
Politicians and private businesses have widely ignored the potential of local architects, resulting in the region having had few noteworthy buildings, despite having hosted the Olympic Games twice in 1964 and 1976.
Since its introduction in 1994, the BDTI Benchmark suite has become the most widely used set of benchmarks for digital signal processing, applied to more than 70 processor architectures.
the participating interest does not fall within the Widely Held Exemption, is not mark-to-market property of a financial institution, and is not exempt under the above provision for certain interests held by Canadian taxpayers that are U.
He repeated earlier statements that Bishop Ingham had not consulted widely enough in the Anglican Communion before going ahead with same-sex blessings.
The book is ideally suited to students interested in international social work and it deserves to be widely adopted.
The NAND devices have been widely adopted by systems designers.
CATHY, his widely admired wife, whose job pays much better.
Holz has been in the plastics industry for 53 years and is widely credited for developing the first commercial applications for polyethylene.
What is constant in all of this is that classical implies a high standard that is widely accepted.
The Wingspread scientists and the World Wildlife Fund have compiled an initial list of forty-five widely used chemicals that possess endocrine-disrupting effects.
374), but these genetic tests haven't become widely available.