unparted

unparted

(ʌnˈpɑːtɪd)
adj
not parted, not separated
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Lancashire's young openers Rob Jones and Haseeb Hameed reached the close unparted, though the latter was dropped on two by Clarke at second slip off Barker.
Lancashire's young openers Rob Jones and Haseeb Hameed, reached the close unparted, though the latter was dropped on two by Clarke at second slip off Barker.
There was a century for Josh Ardron as Shepley beat PrimroseHill and another for David Woodhead, as he and Urfan Ali (89no) put on 242 unparted in a 10-wicket win over Shelley.
After Carberry and Michael Brown had reached lunch unparted on 87 without loss, they moved on to 133, Hampshire's highest opening partnership since they moved to The Rose Bowl in 2001, before the spin of Batty claimed first blood.
1999) Western American gold and unparted bars: A review of the evidence.
Not side from human side, But soul from human soul, As each asunder absorbed the multiplied, The ever unparted, whole.
Exceptional, too, is Frank Langella, who hits it just right as the pharaoh whose pursuing army got swallowed in the suddenly unparted Red Sea.
Trott's rst two balls brought eight runs from controlled edges and the former England man was at his most watchful as he and Chopra saw it through to tea unparted and with a hour's good ball-softening work behind them.
Trott's first two balls brought eight runs from controlled edges and the former England man was at his most watchful as he and Chopra saw it through to tea unparted and with a hour's good ball-softening work behind them.
So it was much to Westwood and Wagh's credit that they battled through the first hour unparted.
The League record for the highest-ever first-wicket partnership went at Clayton West, where Delph's dynamic duo Brandon Nash and Darren Shadford put on 330 unparted.
It is advantage them after Nick Compton (72, 192 balls) and James Hildreth (72, 113) reached stumps unparted having so far added 132 to shore up an innings which had been wobbling at 102 for three.