American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A dry white Burgundy wine.
- After Solutré-Pouilly and Fuissé, villages of east-central France. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Dowlin's most recent loss resulted from a nasty showdown with DeWine during the March primary.”
“From thence they made frequent raids, stealing horses and mules from the vicinity of Dowlin's Mill, the Indian agency, Tularosa, and the Pecos Valley, varying the monotony by occasionally taking in a few ponies from the Mescaleros.”
“Dowlin's call came in response to "disturbing reports" about his captaincy raised by both the Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) and the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB), who he accused of an orchestrated effort to malign him, giving advantage to their preferred candidates in the selection process.”
“Earlier, the Windies resumed their first innings at the start of day three at 5-134 but were all out by lunch despite Dowlin's fighting 62.”
“One example of the identity problems facing an unsuccessful team in a distant country arose at the conclusion of Dowlin's press conference, when he was confronted with a barrage of questions about the future of cricket in the Caribbean.”
“In Dowlin's XI innings, the batsmen failed to apply themselves on a two-pace wicket and crumbled to the bowling of former national under-19 captain Jacobs who took 3-25 from his 10 overs, including the wickets of Orin Forde and Ravi Sarwan who were both caught and bowled for”
“Taking first strike in the 50-overs-a-side encounter that is being used as a yardstick to select the Demerara side to contest the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) El Dorado sponsored 50 overs Inter - County competition, Dowlin's XI were limited to 157 from their 50 overs to which Jacobs 'XI replied with 158-4 from 37 overs.”
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