Away-going

A`way´-go´ing

    (å`wā´go´ĭng)
a.1.(Law) Sown during the last years of a tenancy, but not ripe until after its expiration; - said of crops.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In Junaid's words, when a player like Virender Sehwag gauges the length of the away-going deliveries, the opposition can be "murdered".
But he became the first of four victims for Johnson (four for 33) when he wafted at an away-going delivery outside off and was caught behind.