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Andrew Hodd's anchor remained deep (at one stage he went 16 overs with scoring) but Rankin polished off the innings with two wickets in three balls.
Liam Feeney and Brett Pitman scored the goals that polished off Stanley, whose boss John Coleman raged: "I feel sorry for our fans who travelled all this way.
He added people often ate more than half-a-day's worth of calories when they polished off a bag of chocolates in front of the television.
polish off : to finish completely <We polished off the whole cake.
The Quantum of Solace actor, 40, polished off a big bag of snacks and downed beers as he lounged in the sun with girlfriend SATSUKI MITCHELL.
Crawford had yet to score since his summer switch from Dunfermline but with 20 minutes left he polished off a slick move before Craig O'Reilly sealed the tie in injury time.
Steve Harmison polished off the tail with a spell of three for 10 to claim four for 102 overall, before openers Mark Stoneman (60 not out) and Di Venuto wrapped up an impressive win.
Still, I polished off a 90p cone of tasty, well-seasoned chips which weighed 275g on my in-car scales.
England, who were 6-4 at the outset but 10-11 favourites for the decider, bowled India out for 187 and polished off the runs in 36.
Windies spinner Chris Gayle polished off the tail to finish with the best figures of 3-3 before letting fly with the bat to set up a successful run chase.
Where 3,000 pounds of produce gets polished off daily, requiring two truckloads a week to keep the kitchen stocked.
That plan was nixed, however, when in mid-September heavyweight Internet browser Google polished off all the building's vacancy in a 270,000 s/f deal, one of the year's largest in Midtown South.