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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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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.
We also have Azizullah, who is not very tall, but skiddy with immaculate line and length," he added.
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.
With unemployment numbers stagnant at elevated levels, rounds of layoffs looming on Wall Street, and an unpredictable economy, I'm not surprised by the heightened level of pessimism among finance professionals reported in this survey" said Skiddy von Stade, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of OneWire.
But Skiddy suffered an injury in April which ended his season before he rode in the required number of matches to be eligible - so who replaces him as Bear of the Year is up to you.
Shannon went round the wicket to angle one into Cook, who attempted a positive shot but dragged a skiddy delivery into his stumps.
Bopara, only four shy of 150 limited-overs international caps, is an obvious fit for conditions in which his skiddy variations of pace and power-hitting down the order could well prove invaluable.