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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.
There have been a few who have found inventive and exhausting means of transport to remain home, but the majority remain becalmed abroad.
Becalmed by a Friday afternoon inspection of going officially good to yielding, Oxx allowed him to run and as a returning 4-6 favourite, the un-flappable son of Cape Cross was treated to a reception fitting for the giant he has become.
Yet he found himself almost becalmed, frustrated by the "mud ball" conditions that had endangered his defence of the title.
Three wickets in as many overs - including the smart run out of Shahzaid by Brendon McCullum - becalmed the scoring rate after an initial pace of nine runs per over.
Dr Fontana believes the ship was holed close to the water line by a cannonball fired from a group of fast, oar-powered French galleys, which mounted a series of raids on the becalmed English fleet.
Di Venuto scored 89 in the afternoon session but was becalmed after tea following the loss of Dale Benkenstein and Phil Mustard in Anthony McGrath's first three overs.
The contested constitution of the European Union introduced the objective of "territorial cohesion," thrusting the debate on spatial development to the fore after it had lain becalmed for a decade or more.