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Baggy green odd couples, Part 1: The bowling partners
“Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, if Lillee don’t get you, Thommo must. ” My recent articles have assessed opening and lower-order batting partners. This one focuses on bowling partners, and specifically on dissimilar ones. Cricket has been described as a team sport played by individuals. However as in most things, the whole is always greater than the sum of its parts. A great batsman needs teammates to run between wickets with him. And a great bowler needs teammates to take catches and save runs, and to maintain pressure with the ball from the other end of the pitch.
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The Doctor Who Eliminated Smallpox Says COVID-19 Is Here to Stay
In some pockets of the United States, if you squint hard enough, the coronavirus pandemic might feel like it’s almost over. Larry Brilliant would beg to disagree. With U.S. COVID-19 deaths soon to surpass the domestic toll from the great influenza of a century ago even as widely available vaccines have worked wonders, Brilliant, the epidemiologist who worked with the WHO to help eradicate smallpox and was the science adviser for the eerily prescient film Contagion, thinks there’s still plenty left to worry about—but also lots of good news to appreciate.
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musicalThe collaboration between David Guetta and Warner Music is not so young that it, since it had started in December 2013 due to the redemption of the parlophone label on which the DJ was signed by Big Beat Records, a subsidiary of Warner. The first fruit of this (almost) any young collaboration so, will be presented in July in the form of a new single, announcing his future
Read Britney Spears' Full Remarks About Conservatorship: 'I Just Want My Life Back' .
"I just want my life back," Britney Spears told a Los Angeles judge on Wednesday. "It's been 13 years and it's enough. It's been a long time since I've owned my money."Spears hopes to end the legal arrangement that has seen most of her key business, financial and health decisions fall under the control of her father Jamie Spears for the past 13 years, following a public mental breakdown in 2007.