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  • ...cricket for over 200 years. The club remains custodian of the ''[[Laws of Cricket]]''.
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  • ...e foundation of the county club, very little has been found outside parish cricket. ...page 15.</ref> Henry Grace managed to organise matches against [[Lansdown Cricket Club]] in [[Bath, Somerset|Bath]], which was the premier West Country club.
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  • ...orld War]], South Africa overran the German colony and established martial law. ...d hoc'' pastime only with no real organisation until the South West Africa Cricket Union (SWACU) was founded in 1930. In the 1920s, there were three clubs in
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  • '''bâil''' ''law, cricket'' = '''bâle''' ''hay, parachute'' ...'''Bâiley''' ''person'' (also '''[[Old Bailey|Ôld Bâiley]]''', London's law court)
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  • ...et)|Gloucestershire]], the [[Gentlemen (cricket)|Gentlemen]], [[Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)]], the [[United South of England Eleven]] (USEE) and several oth ...so known by his initials, "EM") and [[Fred Grace|Fred]] both played [[Test cricket]] for England.
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  • {{dambigbox|text=For other senses of this word, see [[Law (disambiguation)]].}} ...s1.jpg|thumb|250px|right|[[Equality]] and the balancing of interests under law is symbolised by a blindfold and [[weighing scales]]]]-->
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  • ...ed States]], [[Canada]], [[India]] and [[South Africa]], adopted [[English Law]] and variations of the parliamentary system that has operated for 1000 ye ...tute of Rhuddlan]] in 1284, became part of the Kingdom of England by the [[Laws in Wales Acts 1535–1542]]. Wales shared a legal identity with England as
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  • ...ndon and the south of England. Meanwhile, English colonists had introduced cricket to North America and the West Indies; and the sailors and traders of the Ea ...rganised match anywhere in the world and is the known beginning of village cricket.<ref>Underdown, p. 4.</ref>
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  • ...600, rural folk in [[Great Britain]] had begun to play early versions of [[cricket]], [[football]] and [[golf]]. Early in the 16th century, English public hou ...den]], [[Kent]]. Despite speculation that ''creag'' was an early form of [[cricket]], there is no supportive evidence and it is much more likely that the word
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  • ...or family tragedy in 1937, when his sister Cecilie, her husband, mother-in-law and two young sons were killed in the [[Sabena OO-AUB Ostend crash]]. Phili ...e at [[Saint-Cloud]] in a villa that belonged to Prince Andrew's sister-in-law, [[Princess Marie Bonaparte]]. After being exiled, Prince Philip's parents'
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  • ...took place at Eton. It was almost certainly because of [[cricket (sport)|cricket]] that they decided to have 11 players in a team. Also in 1843, [[Guy's Ho ...smen, though the latter were at the time called umpires, another legacy of cricket.
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  • ...rse in a chosen field of study, or a professional degree course, such as [[law]], [[engineering]], [[medicine]] etc. Most colleges in the city are affilia ...e strongest competitors in the [[Ranji Trophy]], the nation's top domestic cricketing circuit.
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  • ...hat limit the application of its sovereignty, but it is not bound by those laws. nor by any other of its past decisions ==Law==
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  • ...story - Canongate and Cowgate, Tron Kirk and Mercat Cross, Grassmarket and Lawnmarket (where offal was once sold; the pink and fatty sausage meat that is ...for battle to inspire fear and trepidation in the enemy, bagpipes were outlawed as instruments of war after the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1745.
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  • ...>. The owner of the site, [[Universal Tube & Rollform Equipment]], filed a lawsuit against YouTube in November 2006 after being overloaded on a regular ba ...free online broadcast of a major sporting event.<ref>{{cite web | title = Cricket: IPL goes global with live online deal| publisher = The Sportreview| url =
    53 KB (7,747 words) - 14:25, 9 October 2013
  • ...=2007-06-06}}</ref> Manhattan's [[Central Park]], designed by [[Frederick Law Olmsted]] and [[Calvert Vaux]], is the most visited city park in the United ...w back chain shift, the {{IPA|[ɔ]}} vowel sound of words like ''talk'', ''law'', ''cross'', and ''coffee'' and the often homophonous {{IPA|[ɔr]}} in ''c
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  • ...s, two colleges of [[homeopathy]], six other medical colleges, and several law colleges. [[Trivandrum Medical College]], Kerala's premier health institute ...is city. Three Medical Colleges, The Government Engineering College, Govt. Law College, Ayurveda College, Govt.Fine Arts College, College of Co-operation
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  • ...Melbourne, where he acquired the love of fishing and of [[cricket (sport)|cricket]], which he retained for the rest of his life. He was educated at state sch ...firsts in Ancient History and British History, and captaining the college cricket team. In his second year he gained firsts in Constitutional and Legal Histo
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  • ...t flap and a bird window! We fall asleep to a different sort of symphony: crickets, frogs, domestic animals braying in the distance and the screetch of owls * [[Dalton's law of partial pressure]]
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  • ...]]; insects already are present in many foods, especially [[grain]]s. Food laws in many countries do not prohibit insect parts in food, but rather limit t ...g modern usage in some hospitals. Adult insects such as [[cricket (insect)|cricket]]s, and insect larvae of various kinds are also commonly used as [[fishing]
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