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bourder

(ˈbɔːdə)
n
obsolete a person who jests or jokes
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Dominant cultural activities and text types seem to be the most prominent choices made by heads of subjects in schools, with the exclusion of aesthetic activities in male and co-educational schools quite common (Bourda, Brown, Crawford & Koyal, 1995).
The outstanding 37-year-old made his Test debut as a frail 19-year-old against England at on home soil 18 years ago at the Bourda Oval.
Eoin Morgan, the Ireland and Middlesex batsman, batting in the nets at the Bourda ground, Georgetown, yesterday Picture, B K BANGASH/ASSOCIATED PRESS
None of Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene or Upul Tharanga, however, has a strike rate in excess of 85 and Pollock is exactly the type of bowler to strangle their top order on something of an unknown quantity of a track but one that is tipped, after loads of rain, to be every bit as slow as the old Bourda.
Maiztegui" staff, in particular Pablo Baroni, Veronica Fasciani, Marcelo Bourda, and Stella Fuster for expert technical assistance.
CRICKET: Wavell Hinds celebrated his fifth Test century as West Indies enjoyed some respite from the ongoing sponsorship dispute on the opening day of their first Test against South Africa at the Bourda Oval in Guyana.
These and other standards for educational meta-data are converging (Bourda & Helier, 2000) with the development of the IEEE standards for Learning Object Metadata (4).
Their warm-up match with Guyana was completely washed out, they claimed a two wickets victory in the 30-overs-a-side opening match at the Bourda and the back-to-back matches in Trinidad this weekend were also abandoned without reaching their conclusions.
Sussex's James Kirtley, who was preferred for Sunday's opener at the Bourda,has more experience but has claimed only nine wickets in 11 appearances at this level.
But any doubts about Read's ability or temperament were eased by a stunning display to help clinch a two-wicket victory in last night's encounter at the Bourda when Read rescued the tourists from almost certain defeat.