Chinaman


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Synonyms for Chinaman

(ethnic slur) offensive term for a person of Chinese descent

a ball bowled by a left-handed bowler to a right-handed batsman that spins from off to leg

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Rajkot (Gujarat) [India], Oct 06 ( ANI ): Kuldeep Yadav achieved yet another milestone on Saturday as he became the first Indian chinaman bowler to claim a five-wicket haul, which he achieved during Day Three of the first Test against West Indies here at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot on Sunday.
In Vandenbeghe, the word "Chinese" should have been used in one citation of Max Weber instead of "Chinaman."
Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav has moved up 16 places to take a career-best 56th slot while all-rounder Hardik Pandya has gained 10 slots to also reach a career-best 45th position.
New Delhi: Brad Hogg will be 47 come February but the Australian chinaman bowler says the thought of announcing retirement from international cricket has not yet crossed his mind.
Left arm chinaman bowler Abdul Wajid once again showed his promise by taking four wickets for 132 runs in 26 overs and Arsalan Hussain claimed three wickets for 76 runs in 15 overs of leg-spin.
We do not see Mar Roxas having a Chinaman's chance.
Whelan said: "If any Englishman says he has never called a Chinaman a chink, he is lying."
He is just such fun to describe: a hunched ball of scowling scarlet crossness, steaming like a Chinaman's laundry" - The Daily Mail sketch-writer Quentin Letts hits back at Mr Sheridan.
The Chinaman by Stephen Leather An IRA bomb in London kills a mother and daughter.
I started thinking of "The Chinaman," with all of his gentlemanly suits and what that means today.
To understand Sri Lankans, one must understand cricket, but, in the same way Moby-Dick was not only about a whale, Chinaman (on the shortlist for the 2011 DCS Prize for South Asian Literature) is not only about cricket.
The Chinaman took the next two frames though and was cruising.
The Chinaman claimed the last frame before the interval with a break of 76, and followed it up with 83 after the restart to move within one of the Essex cueman.
LIANG WENBO appears to be coming of age as a snooker player and the explosive Chinaman could prove too hot to handle for John Higgins in the quarter-finals of the UK Championship.