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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.
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.
The Prince polished off a plate containing two rashers of bacon, sausage, two eggs, sauteed potatoes, tomatoes, mushrooms and fried bread during a visit to the Little Chef at Barton Mills, Suffolk.
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.
I honestly think he could have polished off the whole sixer if we hadn't been plucking from its vine.
Neil Killeen earlier polished off the innings when Andre Adams slashed a catch to Dale Benkenstein at gully.
Hoggard polished off the Windies' first innings for 380 with two wickets in successive balls.
Though Congress is allowed 90 days to consider trade agreements under the fast-track rules of Bush's Trade Promotion Authority, these two FTAs were polished off in a mere 21 days.