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Thanks to the Orange Train and it's senseless, borderline lunatic decimation of Lahore's cultural heritage, our buildings and monuments are already falling like ninepins to bulldozers.
Batting first at the KCCA Stadium, Northern GymAkhana collapsed like ninepins to be dismissed for a paltry 90 in 29.
In such a scenario, Rohit Sharma's men will need to pull up their socks and learn from the mistakes of the first match, where the top order fell like ninepins.
Wriddhiman had opened the batting and from the other end, saw wickets falling like ninepins.
By Michael Fortune THE favourites tumbled like ninepins in the quarter-finals of the Kerry Agribusiness Irish St Leger at Limerick on Saturday when the bitch Ballinakil Clare was the only favourite to oblige as the Classic lost a number of its major players.
When the party was at its lowest ebb following last year's general election defeat, many activists were worried that seats might fall like ninepins, especially in North Wales.
They've gone down like ninepins," says Paul who mentions another friend, gay rights campaigner Paul Cottingham, who died in 2014.
life SEPT 30, 2007 THE Celtic nations were falling like ninepins in the last Rugby World Cup but one.
Wickets were toppling like ninepins and next to go was Gregory who edged Bresnan to Lyth at second slip.
Anderson is a master in such conditions and the Aussies were skittled like ninepins for 136.
The initial downside would be unstable banks, high interest rates, and companies falling into bankruptcy like ninepins.
Our front-line services are going down like ninepins and these people carry on at will.