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  • Back in Houston where the weather as usual is "scorchio" and enthusiasm, as the end of the semester approaches, less so. posted by K. A. Laity at

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  • Oooh -- and here's a good site with sound files from the Fast Show, like "scorchio"!

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  • It's "scorchio" in London, so it should be all systems go for today's two games at The Oval - first up are unbeaten South Africa against the sparkling West Indies at 1330 BST, then it's eyes down for New Zealand against Pakistan at 1730.

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  • "scorchio" at 1300, and our gaffer is a powerful right-handed all-rounder from Preston who can turn a game with bat or ball.

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  • The air was fresh but the sun was still 'el scorchio', we had an hour to wander around the local market which sold everything from tourist tat to dried fish, there was even a doctor who had a stall he had a group of locals sat around him whilst he was taking someones blood pressure.

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  • Suddenly I could hear the rolling Atlantic waves, feel the sand between my toes, smell the egg sandwiches and besides I'd never heard of this patient living in the very back of beyond, no babies or children involved and all on a scorchio Saturday morning just as we were going to the beach for the day.

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  • Anyway, I don’t wear it on the scorchio days, but on your average ordinary spring/summer days, I like to wear it.

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