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racket

Music
a. a medieval woodwind instrument of deep bass pitch
b. a reed stop on an organ of deep bass pitch
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Consider what this means: a fully legalised and officially sanctioned policy of 'benign neglect' towards a clear racket.
We are carrying out a raid to arrest members of alleged sex racket to recover the girl,' said SHO while talking to The Nation.
Summary: Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], Jan 18 (ANI): Three cricket betting rackets were busted and 11 people arrested in a joint operation on Thursday in Hyderabad of Telangana.
It was learnt that the racket is spread across various states, as well as many hospitals in the city.
The usual process of finding a right racket is very tiresome for any tennis player, as there are several deciding factors to consider before buying an ideal racket which is neglected by many.
China has busted an underground banking racket in which 31 people were allegedly involved.
The official dodged out of the way and the racket hit the back fence.
Rajitha Senaratne ordered a full investigation into claims by the Indian police that the doctors attached to some private hospitals had conducted kidney transplants for Indians who were involved in a major kidney racket.
to And the icing on the cake for the teenager came when Andy, 28, signed the racket after Sunday's match.
The complaints of foreign victims of the racket have drawn foreign media attention and the reporting has placed the Philippines at the center of a fresh controversy involving Naia, once labeled the worst airport in the world.
Rumgay said: "I'm the first player in 20 years in Britain to have a professional racket with his name on it.
com SWINGBALL PRO THE classic ball and racket game where players whack the tethered tennis ball up and down the metal spiral.