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It was Younis who reached his hundred first, hitting an uppish shot off McCullum which Tim Southee failed to catch at short midon.
White cracked an uppish cut only for Farhaan Behardien to snaffle a superb overhead catch at point, while Reardon's debut dig was spectacularly cut short by Proteas wicketkeeper de Kock.
Villas prices maintained the fervour of uppish trends in the third quarter as well because in the said quarter, average price of villas flourished further.
The increasingly impressive Sharma (two for 31) picked up his second wicket in the powerplay overs, dismissing Mandeep, who saw his uppish drive go straight to Raina at cover in the final ball of the sixth over, leaving Kings XI on 36 for two.
Oh, nothin' in particulah,--just his almighty air and uppish ways.
Umar Gul finally sealed the win with an uppish cover drive, that Australia skipper Ricky Ponting almost got a hand to, for a single that prompted jubilant celebrations amongst the Pakistani players.
Baltacha then had her best chance of the set at 5-5 when she clubbed a service return to Flipkens' feet and was rewarded with an uppish half-volley that simply begged to be put away.
Opening partner Imrul Kayes (33) then fell to a Vaas short ball and Mohammad Ashraful (12) became the veteran's 350th wicket with an uppish drive that was held by Tillakaratne Dilshan.
It also gave us Maggie Hobson, the uppish wench who strides purposefully from beneath the shadow of her father's authoritarian disdain to become one of British drama's best-loved heroines.
WHOEVER penned the saying, "father knows best," clearly had never encountered the likes of Maggie Hobson, the uppish wench who steps from beneath the shadow of her father's disdain to become one of drama's best loved heroines.
95' deal (Monday to Friday, from noon to 6pm) looked enticing but we went for the Today's Specials menu, although the prices seemed uppish.
Apart from an uppish nudge past square leg in getting off the mark, he played as well as anyone in awkward conditions.