Mixed action

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(Law) a suit combining the properties of a real and a personal action.

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Although he commended the Australian bowling attack, McGrath, the most successful fast bowler in Test cricket with 563 wickets in 124 matches, however said that pace bowlers are increasingly facing injury as there was no respite from competitive games, adding that they show little inefficiencies like a mixed action.
The mixed action should be avoided as it complicates stuff Copying anyone else is a strict no Bowlers should be taught that technique doesn't determine swing, release point does
Markets in the US may be set for mixed action today as financials in Europe decline while a lack of fundamental indicators and news give few incentives for the rally to continue.
There was a concurrent reduction in the number of bowlers using a mixed action.
Day to day credibility is super ceded by mixed action sequences which will satisfy those with nostalgia for the simple things of `50s sci-fi, as well as those who demand the overall sophisication of modern technology.
Weeklies also showed mixed action, particularly among freshman fighting for life come fall, as Paramount's "Relic Hunter" hit an all-time high with a 33% jolt to a 2.
The mixed action of the Minis and the National RallySprint Championship will run hard and fast from 4pm-7pm.
Despite some major mixed action on the Street today, the SPX has managed to eke out a place in positive territory.
This mixed bag of news has resulted in mixed action in the indexes thus far in trading action.
Motorists saw mixed action at the gas pumps during the past week, according to the Weekend Gas Watch, compiled by AAA Texas.
In the 2015 European Age Groups competitions, the men pair of Seymur Jafarov and Murad Akperov won the silver medal in the finals of the mixed actions for the first time in the history of Azerbaijan's gymnastics.