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As at first I saw all the questions before posting, I decided that I, personally, would answer any question that didn't seem to be a stumper, making sure that STUMPERS was an open, not a closed, gateway to information.
May be with a bit more time at our disposal, we could have won," the 33-year-old Bengal stumper reflected.
Former Gateshead Fell stumper Tom Skillbeck, though, is available and could well return to the line-up.
They faced questions about Spam, turkey, bacon and one absolute stumper about the colour of a giraffes tongue, as well as more general questions.
The operation, to insert catheters, was intended to make subsequent open heart surgery easier and safer, consultant paediatric cardiologist Dr Oliver Stumper told the inquest.
The 32-year-old stumper, picked as a batsman only, was unable to play just his second first-class match of the summer for Sussex after rain washed out their game with Middlesex this week, leaving him short of game time before the first Test on June 12.
Dubai Wicket-keeper-batsmen have played a vital role in the success of their respective teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL), according to Swapnil Patil, the UAE's team's stumper.
Altogether, Butter's totalled 52 in League and Sykes Cup with 36 catches and 16 stumpings, but for the purposes of the prizewinners (which only take League performances into consideration) the Hemplow stumper had to settle for 46 (31ct, 15st), all of which helped his club consolidate their place in the top flight after being promoted the previous season, when Butters also won the Conference keeping prize.
Prior remains England's first-choice stumper for one-day and Test cricket, but will now have to score some serious runs to keep Kieswetter at bay, The Sun reports.
His performance against the Scots made up at 39 and, while he may not match the heroics of fellow stumper Gilchrist, who had a make-up of 141 in 2005 when Australia last played a onedayer at The Oval, he looks a cheap buy at 35.
He may be joined by Stev eDavies, despite the new stumper being bowled for just two.
Fellow free-scoring batsman Stuart Law perished for just 14, while stumper Luke Sutton fell to off-spinner Gareth Breese as the hosts lost half their side for 55 before the 20th over.