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a.1.Surrounded by sky.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The show was good enough as it was, but we all did a double take when a legal mackerel skyed on a chummer and literally landed right at my feet.
Akil Wright showed why he is yet to open his Dragons account as he headed Sumerfield's corner tamely wide from close range, that came after Summerfield had earlier skyed an effort from the edge of the box.
Some World Cups have become synonymous with a player -- 1970 was Pele, 1974 Cruyff, 1978 Kempes, 1982 Rossi, 1986 Maradona, 1994 Baggio, who skyed the penalty in the final (even though I worshipped Brazil's Romario), 2002 Ronaldo -- while others have failed to give us a true footballing hero.
LuaLua skyed a shot after Bialkowski had made a mess of a cross, and five minutes later saw a powerful long-range effort beaten away by the keeper.
But having made 68, his best ODI score in over a year, Finch skyed a drive off Ben Stokes and Morgan, running back and across from short extra-cover held a difficult catch.
In the 55th minute Danny Mullen skyed the ball over the bar before hitting the woodwork moments later.
Root was eventually dismissed when he skyed Wahab Riaz legside and Hafeez, running in, held a good catch.
That was the end of a fourth-wicket stand of 80 with Mathews, who later skyed a pull off Jordan to Buttler.
Great strength and timing for opener, skyed good chance later
Man-of-the-match Morgan, known as a One-day 'finisher', later advanced down the pitch to cover-drive Tsotsobe for an impressive six high over long-off before he skyed a return catch to Peterson.
Only Yid-las Skyed understood the whole teachings as the Four Tantras.
Stourbridge upped the ante after the break, Nathan Bennett clattering the crossbar on 52 minutes from a corner and Leon Broadhurst skyed the rebound.