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- n. Either of two white lines, each drawn on the pitch in front of a wicket, between which the batsmen run, and from where the bowler bowls.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. , a line drawn in front of the wicket, four feet distant from it, parallel to the bowling crease and at least as long as the latter.
- See under Crease.
popping ("hitting") + crease. (Wiktionary)
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