Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A blast-hole designed to break coal which has been opened on one side by shearing with a pick or otherwise.

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Examples

  • He gets off the mark with a nice cut-shot behind point, let's hope he can get amongst the runs today.

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  • Clarke pinches two runs with an under-edged cut-shot behind point, but he really needs a couple of boundaries quickly.

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  • Ponitng being put under pressure by Swann with the captain on a pair, but Ponting is up to is and gets himself off the mark after 12 balls with a well-timed cut-shot from a poor Swann delivery.

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  • A limp cut-shot ended in the hands of Brendan Nash at backward point.

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  • Teams conceded precious little to each other in the hotly contested session in which a spectacular long shot by Taylor from a difficult angle gave Whitehall the lead 5 - 4, while a beauty of a cut-shot by Williams took them further ahead 6 - 4.

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