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trundle

1. a small wheel or roller
2. 
a. the pinion of a lantern
b. any of the bars in a lantern pinion
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Alderman was quoted as saying before this summer's Ashes series: "Giles is just a trundler who bowls negatively.
Green let a tame trundler from USA's Clint Dempsey bobble over the line in England's first World Cup group game in South Africa (above).
How else to explain the fact that when a studio finally made a film about that most quixotic of things, the Los Angeles bus, it was "Speed", the 1994 action thriller with Dennis Hopper as a hijacker so fiendish he made sitting on the top deck of a suburban English trundler home unnerving afterwards.
McNeil didn't cover himself in glory as Craigen's trundler hit a divot and made the keeper look silly.
You'll be buying a neat-handling, smooth-riding town trundler that can return 55mpg and looks truly distinctive.
Trundler And it was the other way round for Shahzad, who looked like a pub-team trundler from the Stretford End and Malcolm Marshall when he switched, showing Jimmy Anderson how to bowl reverse swing and get rid of the tail.
Earlier, tidy spells from veteran trundler Paul Henderson (2-16) and left arm spinner Dan Vernon (2-32) restricted Division Two Bridgnorth to 151-5 from their 40 overs.
The others were of the trundler variety and you would expect him to save those.
Langer (117, 131 balls, 11 fours, three sixes) remained to record his third century in all competitions this season before part-time trundler Mitchell, who had been gently milked prior to being carted by the Australian, fortuitously claimed his wicket when Hick saved another six by catching him at deep mid-off.
Timperley were bowled out for 143, Birley himself taking 3-22 and Chris Stenhouse 3-38, while 62-year-old trundler Mike Fell claimed an admirable 2-17 off seven tight overs in the heat.
But facing a trundler from Bangladesh is no way to gear up for Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee hurling balls past your ear.