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With his next ball 41-year-old Stevens pegged back Kiran Carlson's off stump via an inside edge, and then just before tea, Jack Murphy flayed a wide one to Zak Crawley in the gully to give the Kent veteran five wickets in the match.
With his next delivery 41-year-old Stevens pegged back Kiran Carlson's off stump via an inside edge then, just before tea, Jack Murphy flayed a wide one to Crawley in the gully to give the Kent veteran five wickets in the match.
Habibi, they flayed you, cut rope for your cellist fingers.
The protesters also flayed the negative and criminal role of French regime for not taking action against the culprits.
A report by Bank of Canada has flayed the bitcoin and said that it could threaten the global financial system.
to be washed down and flayed open, the fish I have been
If the toothbrush bristles are flayed out after one month's use then that's a sign of the "death grip.
ONLY one Test match has been played since the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium replaced the Recreation Ground, where Brian Lara flayed England's bowlers in record-breaking innings of 375 and 400 not out, as Antigua's premier venue.
He also flayed the government's handling of South Africa's crime epidemic, dwindling water supplies, bureaucratic red tape and skills shortages.
They flayed the lad alive and hung his skin on a nearby thorn bush.
Wrapped in nuptial monsoon,/my body is flayed and dismembered,/its blood red meat/quivering in the spray/sings at the harp of the cliff.
Here one might note an indebtedness to Francis Bacon's flayed subjects; there a self-conscious nod to Hans Bellmer's fetishistic dolls, or Hannah Hoch's riotous collages, or Egon Schiele's raw draftsmanship, or Cindy Sherman's constructions of malleable identities.