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snick

1. a knot in thread, etc.
2. Cricket
a. a glancing blow off the edge of the bat
b. the ball so hit
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Strauss fell to Irfan Pathan for the third time in the series when trapped leg before and Matt Prior snicked a Sri Sreesanth delivery.
When Cowan was finally withdrawn from the firing line having conceded 40 runs in seven overs, Moore welcomed replacement Tony Palladino by despatching to the boundary off successive deliveries before a false shot produced a snicked single taking the opener on to 50 and his side within 25 runs of victory.
He said: 'The door was not fully up and it was snicked a bit.
The final frame before the interval was an error strewn affair as O'Sullivanled 54- 5 and then Hendry broke down on a break of 32 after missing a straightforward looking blue and conceded after his opponent snicked in the final brown.
Then I went to Old Trafford and snicked an absolute jaffa from Shaun Pollock.
The pieces of it snicked into place like oiled parts of an engine.
Carried thusly, they may be snicked off the belt clip in a heartbeat for use as a hand-held light, or instantly attached to a pistol.
Relief came for England's battered attack when Brian Lara snicked a Darren Gough delivery to Stewart and trotted back to the pavilion with just six to his name.
Soon after the resumption Mal Loye snicked a Tredwell arm-ball to slip to make it 73 for three.
After a judicious spray of silicone, the gun snicked out so fast it dazzled bystanders.
But even that scant moment of potential jubilation was dashed as Lyth snicked David Balcombe to Neil McKenzie at second slip for a patient 98.
The second was snicked to slip, where Andrew Strauss couldn't get a hand on the chance.