delivery back

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Collection of soiled linens from RR and delivery back duly washed & Ironed and loading / unloading of line boxes of Loco pilots from crew Box room to locos and vice versa at Running room.
Poor defending allowed Darren Dennehy to head skipper John Dunleavy's delivery back across goal where Ross Gaynor got a touch before Beattie was on hand to tap home from close range for his third goal of the season.
Wahab, returning to the attack in the 29th over, almost claimed another wicket with his second delivery back as Maxwell topedged a pull, but Sohail Khan failed to hold the ball at third man.
they weren't prepared for De Vita's delivery back in - and by the time it landed, the Lithuanian was up and Gardyne was ghosting in at the back post to nish.
Nabil Souli, CEO and Chairman, UBIqube Solutions, comments: "NTT Communications, in its focus on providing best of breed and affordable services to the enterprise community, has chosen to rethink its service delivery back office today with an eye on the migration to NFV and cloud enabled services.
Whether the wide man's delivery back in was a hopeful cross or an inspired bit of vision is a debate probably influenced by the colour of your scarf.
Ben Stokes struck with his third delivery, nipping a delivery back up the St Lawrence slope to peg back Rob Key's middle stump.
He crawled to eight off 40 deliveries before cracking his first boundary when he drove a full-length Dwayne Bravo delivery back over the bowler's head and beyond the sightscreen.
Snags were detected in the 44,000- tonne ship's boilers during trials in 2012 in a setback that pushed the delivery back by a year.
The triumvirate featured again six minutes later, Morgan this time nodding a deep Downing delivery back across goal where Suarez's dangerous header was hacked away by Hearts skipper Marius Zaliukas.