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  • Good luck and if you hit the wall just siddle over to the sidewalk and slink home on public transport

    Bite Your Tongue: Roadie Rage, and How to Avoid It

  • Comeallyedimseldamsels, siddle down and lissle all!

    Finnegans Wake

  • Absolute nepitism! what happened to hilfenhaus siddle starc christian you don't need any other fast bowlers for god sake. all though it won't really matter because india wont make it past 30 overs with the bat.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • But according to you whoever they go with it will be the wrong move i'm guessing scott? faulkner and mcdermott are just getting picked because of there name and there dad, coulter nile because he's from the same state as inverirerity, hilfy and siddle too old.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Faulkner coulter nile and mcdermott are fighting it out there is no doubt they're the next three in line, with maybe hilfy if they want some experience, siddle hasn't played a one dayer ryobi cup or ODI in over a year so that rules him out.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Johnson and siddle are to wild and inconsistent. hilfenhaus may not take alot of wickets, but team him with Harris from the other end, and one of them will take a bucket load of wickets.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Test bowling attack consisting harris, copeland, hilfy or siddle and lyon while in ODI's we could have lee, tait, johnson and smith.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Wayne wants changes he says: Hey i think its time Brett Lee came back in team his bowling well for nsw and his been there an done that before with australia if i was picking side nect test it would be hughes katich ponting d hussey m hussey watson haddin lee harris smith siddle

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • siddle is right arm rubbish. we don't want 2 rubbish arm bowling out there. bring in pattinson

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  • who needs johnson, siddle and a lyon when we have harris and a superstar called shane watson!!!

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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  • siddle- a twisting side trail off a saddle between two peaks

    December 8, 2008

  • I love the use of "a grit."

    November 26, 2008

  • *loves that movie*

    November 25, 2008

  • Vinny Gambini: So, Mr. Tipton, how could it take you 5 minutes to cook your grits when it takes the entire grit eating world 20 minutes?
    Mr. Tipton: I don't know. I'm a fast cook, I guess.
    Vinny Gambini: I'm sorry. I was all the way over here. I couldn't hear you. Did you say you were a fast cook, that's it?
    Mr. Tipton: Yeah.
    Vinny Gambini: Are we to believe that boiling water soaks into a grit faster in your kitchen than anywhere else on the face of the earth?
    Mr. Tipton: I don't know.
    Vinny Gambini: Well, I guess the laws of physics cease to exist on top of your stove. Were these magic grits? Did you buy them from the same guy who sold Jack his beanstalk beans?

    November 23, 2008

  • I believe you're right. How long DOES it take to cook a grit, though?

    November 23, 2008

  • It's My Cousin Vinny. But I believe the actual line is "Oh yeah. YOU blend."

    November 23, 2008

  • What's the movie?

    November 22, 2008

  • wrong

    November 22, 2008

  • Got Word?™

    November 22, 2008

  • Oh. Thanks!

    "And YOU blend?" Name the movie...

    November 22, 2008

  • Two words to describe combining words like that, dontcry, is portmanteau or blend.

    November 22, 2008

  • A 'silly riddle?"

    November 22, 2008

  • OK - not EXACTLY a 'contraction' so much as a....combination/amalgamation/marriage/hybrid...help!

    November 22, 2008

  • A contraction of 'side-saddle.'

    November 22, 2008

  • Oh, thanks. But now we've gotta find a word for a leech gatherer.

    November 22, 2008

  • According to the OED, it's a Northern English dialect word meaning 'downward slope; dip (of a coal-seam)' as a noun, and 'to slope downward, to dip' as a verb.

    November 22, 2008

  • A leech gatherer.

    November 22, 2008

  • WORDIE CHALLENGE: Define this word.

    November 22, 2008