nurdle


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nurdle

(ˈnɜːdəl)
vb (tr)
(Cricket) to score runs in cricket by deflecting (the ball) rather than striking it hard
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Ferrycraigs beach at North Queensferry, in the shadow of the Forth Bridge, is a black spot for nurdle pollution.
Greenpeace said the particularly high level of plastic in the Mersey could be related to the giant plastic "nurdle" making factory next to the river - operated by plastics firm Basell Polyolefins UK.
On the other hand, Balbirnie reached his three-figure mark with a nurdle off Jason Holder.
Chris Cooke then square drove Robinson for four before Jeremy Lawlor opened his account with a nurdle for four through the gully.
The nurdle hunt will take place on Seaburn beach at Sunderland and although there will be an element of fun, it will carry a serious message.
Since the nurdle shipping disaster struck the KwaZulu-Natal coastline in October 2017, many South Africans have worked round the clock to clean our beaches getting them ready for the lucrative festive season.
Rather than a wall of sound, this mini guitar orchestra nurdle and nurture.
"With one over to go, I needed three - and I did not want to nurdle around in singles.
In fact, Macleans launched its TV commercial "Nurdle Time" during 2012, showing the range of children's toothpaste that the brand offers, for example Macleans Milk Teeth Toothpaste and Macleans Junior Jaws Toothpaste.
LUDLOW: 1.00 Tidal Way, 1.30 Royale Knight, 2.00 Nudge And Nurdle, 2.30 Prince Of Dreams, 3.00 Karazhan, 3.30 Lord Navits, 4.00 Lucanor.
Runs continued to be at a premium in the afternoon session with Sayers content to nudge and nurdle his way to a carefully made half century.
He will be tempted to change his technique and try to nurdle quick runs and I think that will cost him Test runs," Botham said.