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First Trent Boult stepped on a boundary marker after catching man-of-the-match Ben Stokes, then Martin Guptill's shy at the stumps canoned off the all-rounder's bat as he dived earning England a gamechanging batch of overthrows.
His presence of mind was impressive but his synapses were a beat behind, his foot touching the boundary marker before he offloaded.
He also informed the meeting - to expressions of surprise and some laughter - that according to Kirklees the dilapidated fencing between the river and road on Steanard Lane is not a safety fence but merely a boundary marker.
Based on its location and the intersection of four fence lines near the oak, it was likely a boundary marker or "corner tree" that designated where one property line ended and another began.
The first of his sixes off Maharaj was carried over at deep mid-wicket when Faf du Plessis took the catch but brushed his shoulder on the boundary marker as he fell backwards.
The first of his sixes off Maharaj was carried over at deep midwicket when Du Plessis took the catch but brushed his shoulder on the boundary marker as he fell backwards - and soon afterwards Stokes was last out, caught at long-off when he tried to take on the returning Morkel too.
Head took over, but Roy's brilliance did for Maxwell when he held a pull just inside the boundary marker, flicked the ball up as he went out of bounds and came back to complete the catch.
THE LAND Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has revoked the franchise of Valisno Express for 24 buses, almost a month after one of the units crashed into a concrete boundary marker and left four passengers dead.
On September 18, 1965, a plaque bearing the words "Good Fences Make Good Neighbors" was attached to the boundary marker.
If globalized Christianity is fractured Christianity--Granberg-Michaelson cites estimates that there are currently over 40,000 denominations--and if the North-South divide has become the preeminent boundary marker in world Christianity, then the ecumenical movement needs a new vision and focus.
The ICJ verdict last month, which is final and binding, states "that the maritime boundary between the Parties starts at the intersection of the parallel of latitude passing through Boundary Marker No.
In 1968-1969, the Parties entered into arrangements to build one lighthouse each, "at the point at which the common border reaches the sea, near boundary marker number one".