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Cricket
a. a series of six balls bowled by a bowler from the same end of the pitch
b. the play during this
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[′ō·vər]
(ordnance)
A bomb or projectile hit beyond or past the target.
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In air traffic control terminology, it means, “My transmission has ended. I expect a response from you.”
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Of f ic er s d i s c overed Christopher Waite, 37, had swallowed the jewellery when they X-rayed him as they searched him for drugs.
The equivalent to 450 rocks of the drug, which sell for around pounds 50 each, was rec overed.