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Skid

On a ship, a plank of timber set parallel to other planks in order to support weight.
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Wahab is a bowler that you want in the UAE because he is a skiddy bowler and he can get the ball to reverse swing, said Bazid.
MARK WOOD Wicketless but he bowled with good control from the Finchale End as England applied the screws to New Zealand's top order without letting up on his skiddy pace.
Wood, a short and skiddy bowler with an ability to get the old ball to reverse swing, was given his first senior call-up for the upcoming Test series in the West Indies after impressing with the Lions against South Africa's A side over the winter.
"He is a skiddy bowler and I think at Edgbaston you need to be more of a tall, hit-the-deck type.
It was a difficult night for goalkeepers - windy, skiddy ball, bobbly pitch - but look at his record.
Alex Tettey let fly from 25 yards across a skiddy surface as Mannone - famed for his Champions League howler against Olympiakos last year - parried into the path of Holt.
Meaker, who regularly clocks over 90mph, has been compared to Brett Lee and his quick, skiddy style evokes memories of a young Darren Gough when he burst on to the England scene in the nineties.
In the next over Michael Clarke suffered his second successive duck of the tour when playing across a full-length ball from Murtagh to go leg before wicket, then captain Ricky Ponting (17) fell in the same manner, playing back and across to a skiddy offcutter.
"With a skiddy surface I just hit it and it flew into the corner."
The real concern, though, is a wet race on what would become the skiddy streets of the Principality, driving in cars this season without the aid of traction control and engine braking.
It was no surprise when the skiddy surface played its part in Southend opening the scoring through Gower.
The Bula division was won by Trance (Don Cleaver, RNZYS), the Corinthian Division by Hotshot (Paddy Green, Waikoto Yacht Club) and the Shorthanded Division by Skiddy Two, sailed solo by Bretten Holland of the Short Handed Sailing Association of New Zealand.