What do you mean by term RABBIT in cricket?
It means someone who can't even hold the bat properly so as to present any challenge to a bowler, e.g. Glen McGrath; a batsman who is out to the same bowler again and again: "Ponting is Harbhajan's bunny".
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International Cricket Council The International Cricket Council is the international governing body of the sport of Cricket, responsible for most if not all professional and international matters in the sport. Inetrnational Cricket council.is the international governing body of cricket. It was …founded as the Imperial Cricket Conference in 1909 by representatives from England, Australia and South Africa. (MORE)
Cricket is a game played all over the world. it is played with a bat with a flat surface and a hard ball.
A single baby rabbit is called a "kit", several are "kits". "Kit" is short for "kitten"
SR represents the batsman's Strike Rate. The Strike Rate is generally the speed that the batsman scores per ball faced. It is calculated as a percent per 100 balls.. Example: If a batsman scored 35 runs off 58 deliveries, his Strike Rate would be 60.3%. This would be calculated as shown: 35/58 = 0.…603(x100) = 60.3. (MORE)
Yes and no. If you treat them badly, if you have a female and she's in heat, or you don't play with them, Yes. But most of the time, rabbits are very friendly! Rabbits are normally very friendly, timid animals that wouldn't hurt a fly BUT they will defend their territory to the death. (Wild instinc…t) Every rabbit should have it's own cage (territory) and rabbits will often object to intruders into their territory (survival of the fittest) Rabbits will bite if threatened and they will scratch if scared. Rabbits are afraid of heights and if dropped will never trust you again and might bite or scratch if you try to pick them up. They will also bite if you squeeze them too tight. Fingers poked thru cages may result in a nip as your hands are salty and smell like food. (MORE)
Cricket is a sport, not a religious pastime, but it allows one to spend long amounts of time in the outdoors, giving the one the chance to reflect, meditate on creation and pray â¦ especially when bowlers are bouncing balls at one, at speeds of up to 95 mph.
when your female rabbit is mean it usually means that the rabbit is pregnant and is trying to protect her bunnies. they usually bite you or will not let you touch them by hiding in the back corner of the hutch.
Chinese legend links crickets with longevity and good fortune. Disney used a cricket as a representation of conscience.
It means, after a pregnancy test, the women is found to be pregnant.. Around 1927 it was discovered that if you injected the urine of a pregnant woman into a rabbit, there would be corpora hemorrhagica in the ovaries of the rabbit. These bulging masses on the ovaries could not be seen with out kill…ing the rabbit to inspect the ovaries, so invariably, every rabbit died, even if the woman wasn't pregnant. The phrase, "The rabbit died," came to be a euphemism for a positive pregnancy test after the late 1920 and early 1930s.. Source: About.com . It is slang for saying someone is pregnant - the original test involved injecting an actual female rabbit with the urine of the woman who suspected she was pregnant. If the woman actually was pregnant, the rabbit would react to the pregnancy hormones - this did not kill the rabbit, but when scientists first invented this test, the only way to examine the rabbit's ovaries was to kill and dissect it. People misunderstood this whole process and thought that the rabbit died because of the pregnancy hormones. Nowadays, of course, you just buy a pregnancy test at your local drugstore. (MORE)
A maiden over is one in which no runs are scored. Leg byes and byes scored in over are not counted for maiden over.
an over in cricket is 6 balls (depending on if he balls a wide or a no ball) bowled by a bowler
Cottontail and rabbit hunting is what rabbitingis. It may be considered a sport involving dogs and ferrets in someareas and pest control requiring traps and weapons in others.
A rabbit is a animal that is bigger than a bunny. Also,it is almost the same as a bunny. Bunny is a term coined to make the rabbit too cute to eat as food. It usually is used for a young rabbit or the Easter Bunny.
Cricket bats are traditionally made from Willow. So if anyone is referring to Willow they will be referring to a bat. If a batsman is "swinging his willow around the pitch" he will be hitting the ball around.
"SPECTACLES" means when a batsman gets out on 'duck' (i.e. gets out without scoring a single run in both innings of a Test match) he is said to have scored a PAIR or in other words that batsman is said to be wearing SPECTACLES (cos the 2 round lens resemble a pair of spectacles). When batsman is …out for zero in 1st innings and when he comes into bat for 2nd innings...commentator would say "And XYZ .. He is ON A PAIR" (that means he is facing the probability of making a pair) and if he indeed gets out 2nd time also... he would have actually SCORED a PAIR. (MORE)
A normal pet rabbit would live up to 7-8 years. So a 2 year old rabbit would be in its teenage/young adult stage. (maybe about 18-20-ish in human years?)
Well I'm not positive this is right, but here's what I think: When crickets sing, its at night. So, in this poem the Day becomes Night . Why I think that is because the workmen finished their jobs, and who wold work in the pitch dark in the night? I am really confused with the second stanzas, so le…ts skip to the third one. If don't know what vastness means, it means New . When they say neighbor, they don't mean an actual neighbor ( as in human ) they mean the night. Because its the night, the night doesn't have a face or name. ( well it is called Night, but oh well, you should know what they mean - as in person's face or name. ) peaceful in the night, and the night arrived. I hope that helps/ :) (MORE)
Tularemia is the medical name for rabbit fever. The wiki link below will give more details on this disease. It is caused by the bacteria Francisella tularensis.
PP stands for PowerPlay - which gives a slight advantage to the batting team with the fielding side limited to Two players outside the inner circle.
It means the batsman was not dismissed, i.e., they finished the game without being given out.
The person who observe the whole match, and takes the decisions whether appealed for it or not and his decisions can not be changed though he is wrong or right
I had the same dream last night...wish I had the answer for you. If I find it I'll let you know and vice versa would be appreciated. My dreams have been very vivid lately, with specific items standing out. Not only did the cricket land on me, but when I woke instantly and still felt it on me until I… went to grab for it and it jumped off. (MORE)
it is clean bowled.it means when the batsman misses the ball and it hits the stumps
It means the captain of the batting side has decided his team should cease batting.
The boundary is the rope or other marking that is the outline (and part of) the field of play. A boundary is a shot that scores by passing over the boundary rope/line/marking - this includes the ball only touching it - and scores either six (6) runs for clearing it on the full, or four (4) runs f…or reaching it with one or more bounces. (MORE)
cricket originated from fron England at the sheep raising of the south east where the green pasture made it easy to bowl
If a cricket is in your house and is chirping constantly without pause, it is said that a pregnancy is soon to come. If a cricket is in the house and pauses in the chirping it is said that you will come into some money. If a cricket is in your home, it is bad luck to kill it. If a cricket comes into… your home and it is silent, it means death is impending. (MORE)
Powerplay is a rule in which the only 2 or 3 fielders can should be outside the 30 yard circle.....This is an advantage for the batsmen to score quick runs. There are 3 powerplays in one day cricket,the first one is commpulsory for the first ten overs, and the 2nd and the 3rd powerplays are 5 overs …each.....T20 cricket one compulsory powerplay for the first six overs........ (MORE)
Runs means a score which a team makes in order to win against the opposite team.
The "TON" stamp on the edge of a cricket bat is the branded logo of Sareen Sports (SS) also known as Sunridges. They brand the edges to ensure that when their bats are used by Professional Cricketers with other sponsors labels the origin of the bat remains. This is a very common practice in India wh…ere Sareen are based. The "TON" stamp also is only applied to English willow bats and "SS" is stamped on Kashmir willow bats. (MORE)
In the international T20, the super 8's is the best 8 teams split into 2 groups where the top 2 teams from each group qualify for the semi finals which is a knockout
The boundary - is simply the edge of the playing field. If a ball reaches the boundary (or goes even further) it scores six runs.
Stump has three different meanings in cricket: 1) part of the wicket 2) a manner of dismissing a batsman 3) the end of the day's play (stumps)
The 'pavilion' is basically the club house where equipment is kept, players can change and often refreshments are served.
A 12 year old bunny is VERY OLD in human years, approaching 100 yrs. Most rabbits only live to be 5 or 6. I had one that was 7 and I thought he was OLD, yours must be some sort of record.
Sundries (also called extras) are runs scored in cricket that havenot come off the batsman's bat. Sundries are added to the teamsscore, but not the individual batsman. Examples of sundries are:Byes, leg byes, no balls, wides and penalty runs.
WAG is an acronym for "Wives and Girlfriends" originating from Soccer to describe celebrity WAGS of such players as David Beckham (Victoria) Wayne Rooney (Colleen) whose expensive tastes and shopping habits earned them the WAG title. In the 2006 World Cup the prescence of and the amount of attention… paid to the England WAGs was thought to detract from the team's performance by some commentators. (MORE)
Twenty20 is a form of cricket, originally introduced in England for professional inter-country competition by the England Cricket Board (ECB), in 2003. A Twenty20 game involves two teams, each has a single innings, batting for a maximum of 20 overs. Twenty20 cricket is also known as T20 cricket.
C R I C K E T means : C for chuha R for Running I for in C for cement K for Khaad E for ek T for Ton. Samjhe kya ?
The word "cricket", as referring to the insect, derives from the Middle English word for insect, "criket" - which in turn derives from the French infinitive verb "criquer", meaning to creak. The word referring to the sport derives from the Middle English "criquet", meaning goalpost, perhaps deriv…ed even further from the Early Dutch word "krick(e)", which was used to refer to an arm or the gallows. (MORE)
Yes. A sweep (or 'sweep shot') is a stroke played by a batsmen where he drops on one knee and swings the bat in a horizontal position from his right to his left (for a right handed batter) in a sweeping motion. This stroke is most commonly played when facing slow or spin bowlers.
The currency at a game of cricket is not in points but in runs and wickets. However, in a league situation winning teams are given points and in certain formats of cricket teams have had to forfeit points (or half-points) due to taking too long to complete the game, for example.
When a batsman hits the ball with the bat, and the ball crosses the boundary line without touching the ground before, it is said to be 6. In this the concerned batsman is rewarded with 6 runs and so the team.
an 'on-drive' is when the batsman hits the ball along the ground back past the bowler on the leg side (or 'on side' ) of the wicket
Stump Vision in cricket is a technical development were a small TV camera is mounted into the stumps, to give a view of the incoming ball and the batters stance.
A cricket widow is a woman who sees her husband so infrequently during cricket season (because he is always at a match) that she is effectively a widow (without a spouse).
The killing of any animal -- including rabbits -- for food or food is called "slaughter." If the rabbit is killed because it's very sick or injured, and killing it puts it out of its misery, the term used is "euthanasia" (or, in slang, you "put the rabbit down" or "put the rabbit to sleep"). For any… other killing of a rabbit, "killing" is usually the word used. The word "murder" specifically means an unlawful killing and isn't generally used in reference to animals (unless you're trying to make a political point). (MORE)
The terms used in cricket are- . LBW . Silly Point . Leg Break . Wicket . Six . Four
A sundry is classified as an "extra", meaning a run that is scored by other than hitting the ball and count only to the teams score, with no credit to the batter.
It means no run was scored from a particular delivery. The term originates from cricket scoring notation, where instead of a number when runs are scored, a small dot would be written instead to indicate that delivery resulted in no run.