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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of york.


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  • David Sales got a thin edge on an attempted pull to be caught behind with just 15 runs added and Rob Newton was yorked after he had earlier pulled a short ball from James Anyon for a six that shattered a press-box window.

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  • However, Razzaq swung hugely at Sidebottom and was caught at short third man, Gul pulled the next ball to deep square leg and Shoiab, having hit Bresnan for only the sixth four of the innings to go with the three sixes,  was comprehensively yorked to give the bowler his third wicket.

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  • Alex Hales, the tall 21-year-old opener of whom so much is expected at Trent Bridge and beyond, continued his outstanding t20 form by striking 83, facing 61 balls and hitting eight fours and a six until he was yorked by Keedy off the last ball of the 19th over.

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  • His fourth-wicket partnership of 49 inside five overs with Paul Horton was threatening to take the game out of Essex's reach until Wright yorked the pair of them in the 17th over? wickets that were as important as Pettini's runs in the final wash-up of a memorable night.

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  • Kieswetter was eventually yorked by Lasith Malinga but he had hit five fours and two sixes in 39 from 29 balls.

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  • The last time wc yorked together was a stag party for an older guy who was getting married for the second time.

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  • 'Jasmine yorked politely, loathing him to the depths of her being' - Virginia Woolf.

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  • Baynes, though abstaining from runs himself, helped Pringle to add three to the score, all in singles, and was then yorked by the slow man, who meanly and treacherously sent down, without the slightest warning, a very fast one on the leg stump.

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  • When W.G. ran clean through his lee, and yorked him twice with a lob.

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  • He yorked him twice on a crumbling pitch, and wiped his eye with a brace,

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