toss back

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throw back with a quick, light motion


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But McCullum was out for one when he chipped a full toss back to Stuart Broad, the tall fast bowler getting down well to hold the low caught and bowled chance.
Then Cook, who had done so much of the hard work on his way to his first half-century in his last 10 Test and ODI innings, lost his famed concentration against Faf du Plessis' part-time leg-spin and pushed a low full toss back for a return catch.
At least Grant has finally found something more challenging to do before cameras than wear a quizzical look, toss back floppy hair and play the archetypal public school buffoon.
"When he was in the box seat to get a big score in Perth, he hit a full toss back to the spinner.
Pitch me your thousand pleasures of the holiday season, and I'll toss back the "sand" and keep the "thou." My single favorite pleasure this time of year is "thou."
Yashin said the secret to his success was "to have a smoke to calm your nerves, then toss back a strong drink to tone your muscles" - although there were a few English players at the time who took a similar approach.
Toss back and forth between the right and left hand
After moving up to third on a groundout, Moreno caught the Tornadoes' battery napping when he stole home on a toss back to Zuercher.
Wright passed his previous best firstclass score of 100, against Loughborough University, by driving a full toss back past bowler Graham Onions for a 14th four.
Hsu's $23,000 in direct donations but saying it saw no reason to return the contributions he solicited, plans to toss back the entire bundle now that it has become a political hot potato.
The IAEA would toss back the ball to the SC (Security Council).
Alcohol certainly won't do anything to help you remember exactly what you did last night if you toss back one too many.