snick


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a small cut

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a glancing contact with the ball off the edge of the cricket bat

hit a glancing blow with the edge of the bat

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cut slightly, with a razor

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But when Atherton fell to a snick behind to keeper Adam Gilchrist off the bowling of Shane Warne, as so often in the past, the rest of England batsmen followed suit.
Behind my left hip, where I reach for spare ammo in plainclothes, is a plastic magazine carrier by Snick.
The show's debut episode will air as a sneak peek in Nickelodeon's SNICK block on Saturday, January 22, at 9:30 p.
YOU LUCKY SO AND SO: Kevin Pietersen lets Zaheer Khan know what he thought of a snick for four over slips; ZIP IT UP: Zaheer hits back angrily, waving his bat at the England fielder, who he considered had spoken out of turn; CALM DOWN: Umpires Ian Howell and Simon Taufel intervene, telling Zaheer and his partner to cool it; SORT IT OUT: England's acting captain Andrew Strauss is ordered to tell his men to cut out the name-calling
Straight out of the crate, a Japanese four will snick, snick, snick away as you shift up and down.
I believe it's down to players (or cheats) who stand their ground knowing full well they got a snick to the keeper or slips.
And all this is helped by silky smooth controls and a gear box that goes snick, snick, snick as effectively as your favourite barber.
He swept on McDermott's error and jinked past the keeper, but amazingly failed to snick the ball in an empty net.
My dad always had a Barlow Electrician's knife (the one with the early liner lock) and I vividly remember the snick of the blade when he opened it.
NICKELODEON, in an effort to connect kids directly to this year's "Kids Choice Awards," gave them the chance to vote for their favorites in movies, television, sports and music via both a special 800 phone number Saturday evenings during SNICK (Saturday Nigh Nickelodeon) and on-line through Prodigy.
Smith, reprieved on 17 when wicketkeeper Andrew Patterson grassed a snick off Robin Martin-Jenkins, reached his half-century from 109 deliveries and the pair moved solidly on, adding 50 in 104 balls, 100 in 163 and 150 in 268.
Pugh brought up his half-century with a huge swipe over square leg for six, but tried to drive the next ball from Lampitt through the off-side and got a snick to Steve Rhodes.
The climatic Twittering Machine revealed future Ants probabilities, at one stage sounding like the tinny snick of a bus-riding headphone nightmare, nineteen-year-old drummer Tim Giles scrabbling over his drumpad's sample smorgasbord, Tim Harries discovering the high-end fuzz potential of his six-string bass.
With a little more luck and some snicks going to hand instead of into gaps, we could have actually made a close game of it.
If Andrew Strauss wins the toss and fields then he will be hoping for plenty of snicks from England's in-form pace attack.