nurdle

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nurdle

(ˈnɜːdəl)
vb (tr)
(Cricket) to score runs in cricket by deflecting (the ball) rather than striking it hard
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I'm not a player who nurdles it around for the first 10 overs.
Morgan started slowly on Friday but began to show his undoubted limited-overs class, mixing up big hits and nudges and nurdles, before he was caught and bowled for 41.
For her part, Director of the Department of Environment at the Ministry of Industry Amal Hassan pointed out that the plastics industry in Syria doesn't produce any pollutant byproducts, as the only plastics industry that pollutes the environment is the manufacture of nurdles (pre-production plastic pellets) which aren't produced in Syria, but imported.
accidentally loses part of a shipment of nurdles, those plastic articles
use nurdles and restrictions on the use of certain types of consumer
94) Marine nurdles can choke sea animals and leach harmful
companies that use nurdles to improve management techniques and decrease
Restrictions on nurdles are just one type of regulation that can
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like California's nurdle law are a valuable policy tool for
Industrial regulations like California's nurdle law
5 quadrillion plastic pellets, or nurdles (250 billion pounds worth), that we manufacture annually.