skyer


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skyer

(ˈskaɪə)
n
(Cricket) a lofty hit of a cricket ball
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Saha eventually holed out to wide mid on off Cariah and after tea, reached at 155 for five, Dube added a further 13 before miscuing a heave at the same bowler and falling to a skyer at long off.
Countries like Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe have used trophy hunting to achieve the objectives of community based natural resources management through the Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE), Communal Wildlife Conservancies and Administrative Management Design for Game Areas (ADMADE) (Bond, 2001; Gibson and Marks, 1995; Lewis and Alpert, 1997; Weaver and Skyer, 2003), respectively.
Kusal Perera fell for nine when he got a top edge off Plunkett and wicket-keeper Jos Buttler held a skyer. First-change Plunkett had now taken a wicket with his second ball on Sunday after striking with this third delivery on Friday.
Generosity, friendliness and charitable giving is a natural consequence of that life," says Josh Skyer of BBJJ Cobble Hill.
Hales hit a huge skyer off left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja and Rahane, running in and across from the long-on boundary, held a brilliant diving catch when it seemed the ball would fall safe.
The National Kidney Foundation (NKF), which was among the survey respondents, was well above average: John Davis served as CEO for nearly 30 years before being succeeded by Bruce Skyer in October 2011.
Statements by NKF President Lynda Szczech, MD, MSCE; Bill Cella, NKF Chairman, and Bruce Skyer, NKF Chief Operating Officer sent to NKF volunteers on June 30, 2011 "The National Kidney Foundation, like many other organizations, has recently experienced a period of serious financial difficulty.
To this point, mandating civic engagement (e.g., as in the U.K.), has not resolved democracy and equity concerns in public-private partnerships (Davies, 2007), and some scholars (e.g., Perrons & Skyer, 2003) question whether government mandates can ever achieve authentic democratic processes.
In A Best Floor Sanding Pty Ltd v Skyer Australia Pty Ltd, for example, the Victorian Supreme Court refused to award a stay on the grounds that public policy required that the dissolution and winding up of a joint venture vehicle be done by a court and not by an arbitral tribunal.
The names skyer dkar (Berberis aristata, Dhorpatan) and skyer nag (B.
Malan Lindeque, Permanent Secretary, Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism, Windhoek, 20 June 2005; and Patricia Skyer and Shereen Pieterse, locally-hired employees of the USAID mission in Windhoek, 19 June 2005.
Debutant Tim Bresnan hung around briefly before hitting a skyer to deep mid-wicket.