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any tropical African shrub of the genus Protea having alternate rigid leaves and dense colorful flower heads resembling cones

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The Proteas practice at the Basin Reserve on Tuesday although the match on Thursday will be played at the Westpac Stadium.
The curse has prevented the Proteas from winning a single World Cup championship since.
I thought they were so fancy," Mel says, recalling his first encounter with proteas in 1981.
Marriott has discussed plans to bring its newly acquired Protea brand to the Middle East, with the debut property most likely to be located in Dubai or Egypt.
Hashim Amla, Proteas Test captain, said that Kallis is a legend and sportsmen like him only come around once every five decades, News 24 reported.
Both sides get a point for the tie, but it is the Proteas who go through due to a better net run-rate.
Both sides were awarded a point from the tie, but it is the Proteas who go through due to a better net run-rate.
And De Villiers, South Africa's one-day skipper, claims the players are determined to give the former Proteas opener a farewell to remember.
Gary certainly leaves the Proteas in good health and, although we are disappointed to lose him as head coach, he has put the foundations in place to carry us forward.
ECB has unreservedly accepted that assurance and wishes to reiterate that it has no issue at all with CSA - or the Proteas players - on this matter and appreciates that the South African and England players follow the highest ethical standards of behaviour.
1 ranked Test match side, the Proteas, will moreover have home series against New Zealand, Pakistan, West Indies, India, Australia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe.
GLAMORGAN are a step closer to re-signing South African batsman Alviro Petersen after the Proteas opener was left out of the Test squad for the two-match series against Australia next month.
The Black Caps set the Proteas a modest target of just 222 but the Proteas were bowled out for 172 and New Zealand clinched a thrilling 49-run victory and await the winners of today's quarter-final clash between England and Sri Lanka.
Chief among which were his sexual escapades while on tour with the Proteas in Australia during the late 1990s.
SOUTH AFRICA cruised to a 66-run win over the West Indies in Saturday's first ODI and there is little reason to oppose the Proteas in today's second game, writes James Milton.