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US and Iran are not necessarily obliged to reach a final deal by July 20 but can reach an agreement which can be defendable inside their countries and will prevent imposing further sanctions on Iran by US Congress," Baum claimed.
In-form Bopara bailed them out from 47 for four, batting first on a slow and awkward surface - and after Chris Woakes had lent a hand with an unbeaten 46, 219 all out proved defendable.
Chauhan came in later and contributed a run-a-ball 21 before being run out and then Avadoot lent the late flourish with a brisk 20-ball 29 runs while tail-enders Ambay and Rayyan ensured Bhatkal put up a defendable 149 for seven.
Student loan schemes, because they appear as cost-efficient and are defendable on the lines of social equity (students invest in their future), are increasingly politically attractive.
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A total of 118 for nine was only going to be defendable if Bangladesh's spinners, who have tortured West Indies throughout the tour, found their groove quickly.
But Oram stood firms to patiently bring up his half-century before smashing 25 from the final over to help New Zealand post a defendable 212 for nine.
but Oram stood firm to patiently bring up his half-century, before smashing 25 from the final over to help new Zealand post a defendable 212 for nine.
Apparently, 211 was a defendable total on a track that supported bowlers.