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Watson's second six, a mighty straight hit off Jack Shantry, brought up the century stand - of which a becalmed Rogers had contributed just 30.
But too much of UK industry remains becalmed, nervous of investment and what the future holds for the Eurozone.
The leading indicator remained flat and therefore a continuation of the becalmed business climate is expected for the next six months.
He wrote of a becalmed vessel being "as idle as a painted ship upon a painted ocean".
After leveling the match he gained a decisive break of serve in the third game of the decider against a becalmed Berdych and held on for victory, only his fourth in eight matches against Berdych, sealing it when his opponent slapped a backhand into the net.
It carefully shields a national treasure on the one hand, and becalms siren voices from afar on the other, but some of that empathy must be diluted if evidence from one major review is seemingly overlooked in a second review a year later.
green, or the brown, where like can be with like, becalmed, familiar.
Twiston-Davies has had a quiet season by his own lofty standards, with the absence of Gold Cup king Imperial Commander perhaps a symbol of his becalmed state.
demand and supply both stayed low to keep the market becalmed, mortgage lender
Tides becalmed themselves with the boy king's demise.
Meanwhile, torrential rains, becalmed since dusk yesterday to the dawn of today, returned with fury this morning.