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Bravo smashed an uppish drive off paceman Mohammad Amir's first ball to backward point boundary to complete his magnificent hundred after 329-minutes of defiance.
But once again New Zealand bowlers' discipline paid dividend as Pujara's uppish straight push landed straight in Santner's lap and he wouldn't miss that one.
The next ball went for four, uppish but clear of point, and the third was tossed up full again.
Along similar lines, Fielding parodies the pretensions of an uppish virtuoso by placing the figure of the experimenter before the paper's actual subject matter.
He played an uppish shot to a slower delivery from fast bowler James Anderson which landed in the safe hands of Alastair Cook at mid-off.
Early in his second innings Andrew Gale confronted him with a deep midwicket, a midwicket, a short midwicket, a very short midwicket and an even shorter midwicket, a five-man line of fielders waiting for the uppish on-drive.
Misbah survived two chances, one on 17 and the other on 20 as fielders failed to reach uppish shots with Ish Sodhi the luckless bowler on both occasions.
White cracked an uppish cut only for Farhaan Behardien to snaffle a superb overhead catch at point, while Reardon's debut dig was spectacularly cut short by Proteas wicketkeeper de Kock.
Villas prices maintained the fervour of uppish trends in the third quarter as well because in the said quarter, average price of villas flourished further.
The increasingly impressive Sharma (two for 31) picked up his second wicket in the powerplay overs, dismissing Mandeep, who saw his uppish drive go straight to Raina at cover in the final ball of the sixth over, leaving Kings XI on 36 for two.
"Oh, nothin' in particulah,--just his almighty air and uppish ways.
The importance of phonetics in the works of Bernard Shaw cannot be overstated since, in his own words, if you "rule out phonetics, the spelling of 'programme' remains neither an irrational spelling nor an anomalous one: it is simply a French spelling; and the sole objection to it is that in English it is unphonetic; and leads the people who have never heard it pronounced to say programmy, and the people who have never seen it written to write program, and be humiliated and snubbed by the empty uppish" (Tauer/Shaw, 1965: 13).