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Clarke is averaging 104 in Test cricket this year and scored 166 against Pakistan on his penultimate appearance in Hobart, although he made only 22 and nought against New Zealand last year.
with him] getting nought you can't really tell [his suitability] because anyone can get nought," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Warne, as saying.
David won in the nought to nine months category and the overall competition prize too.
Ravichandran Ashwin also went for nought, edging Sammy to Baugh, while Ishant Sharma's 17-run knock was brought to an end by Marlon Samuels, Baugh again pouching the chance behind the wicket.
Callum is a Nought - a second class citizen in a world run by the ruling Crosses.
Numbers of school nurses are already dropping and many areas are now running services for nought- to 19-year-olds rather than nought to fives.
I didn't sell my Ferrari when I got nought or didn't sell anything else when I did badly over the last 18 months.
Just to refresh your memory: the hottest version will have a tough 200bhp engine and be able to go from nought to 62mph in 7.
Nought Collective, not Neutral, Creative Matters and Rug Art are the latest to sign on as RugMark licensees, thereby agreeing to be a part of an independent inspection and monitoring program that confirms rugs are manufactured without the use of child labor, and also joining the organization's efforts to provide educational opportunities for children in India and Nepal.
of worldly substance, friends, liberty, life and all, to set the loss at right nought, for the winning of Christ.
The Academy, seemingly strangely, is in essence saying that the years of work and the millions of dollars spent on the study went for nought and that virtually no conclusions can be drawn from its work.