suspension points


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suspen′sion points`



n.pl.
a series of usu. three periods used as an ellipsis.
[1915–20]
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suspension points

npl (Gram) → puntini mpl di sospensione
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It can carry up to eight tonnes of bombs and missiles at 12 suspension points. In the air engagement, it is highly manoeuvrable and has characteristics that meet the requirements of the fifth-generation aircraft, equipped with network radar and two engines.
He has reached the threshold of eight demerit points, which, pursuant to article 7.6 of the Code, have been converted into four suspension points.
The offence came under the ICC Anti-Racism code, according to which a player will receive four to eight suspension points if they are found guilty, which is equal to two to four Test matches or four to eight ODIs/T20Is suspension.
As his first offence, he's likely to receive the imposition of between four (4) and eight (8) Suspension Points.
steel-uk according to statically required, entire structure is suspended from the ceiling, grate press galvanized steel, mesh 30 x 60, support bars 25/2, b = 87.5 cm, 100 m manufacturing of new suspension points for the webs, bore depth approx.
With the addition of two demerit points, he has reached the threshold of four demerit points, which have now been converted into two suspension points.
According to a press release issued by cricket's governing body, the offence of changing condition of the ball has been increased from level 2 to 3 meaning that maximum sanction for this offence has been increased from eight suspension points to 12 suspension points (equivalent to 6 Test matches or 12 ODIs).
The men have each been handed eight suspension points, meaning they will miss the first four One-Day Internationals against South Africa, along with both Test matches.
The minimum punishment for a Level 3 offence is suspension from two Tests, while eight suspension points equate to a ban from two Tests and four ODIs/T20Is, or eight ODIs/ T20Is, whichever comes first.
'The maximum sanction for a Level 3 offence has been increased from 8 suspension points to 12 suspension points (equivalent to 6 Test matches or 12 ODIs),' said the information adding 'Match
He pleaded not guilty, before attending the hearing where Srinath handed Chandimal the maximum punishment available under the code -- two suspension points and a fine of 100 percent of his match fee.
Apart from the ban, Chandimal was also handed two suspension points beside being fined 100 per cent of his match fee.

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