all-sorts

all-sorts

pl n
(Cookery) a mixture, esp a mixture of liquorice sweets
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Continuing the theme of 'there is a Jofra tweet for every occasion', many were quick to pick up on this gem from seven years ago when Matthew Wade's part-time all-sorts were introduced into the attack as Australia sought to shield their frontline bowlers for the new ball.
Other items included an albums of all-sorts, Cinderellas, covers, airmail/ special deliver/registered labels, etc., etc.
The 17-year-old caused all-sorts of problems in the first half as he turned Darnell Furlong and Ryan Manning inside out as a result of Fulham's quick-tempo passing game.
Slash down any iron curtains of terror-They make & break laws in Supreme Courts While NY Yankees & teams sedate us with sports And foreign policy has become just all-sorts. Let optimism exist for current event change And remove us all from danger's launching range.
Now spread over seven days, the Festival caters for an assortment of equine all-sorts, from high-profile National Hunt performers in the twin-features to low-grade flat handicappers.
"Just 12 months ago people were saying we were going to win the league, we were getting all-sorts of praise.
I heard all-sorts of screaming going on that sounded like it was inside the house.
The pair giggled, trumpeted, danced and horrified their way to the audience''s hearts, if not Prince Charming''s, in a range of increasingly ridiculous outfits including a dress resembling a sheep ("I''m Lady Baa Baa") and one covered in liquorice all-sorts.
"My first daughter Francesca was quiet, but Lauren is shouting, crying and all-sorts, so there have been a few sleepless nights, said world No 6 Day from Pontycymmer.
Apparently this can mean making shoes up from scratch, shooing for injured horses, specialist competition horses, all-sorts in fact.
Surely in the new all-sorts economy which is emerging, we can spare a pound to create a People's Woolies and save 30,000 people's jobs.
Paul Collingwood drew the shot from Ponting, and his all-sorts bowling helped briefly stymie Australia.

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