Rain Stops Play

Author: Andrew Hignell
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136339035
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A geographical history of cricket in England and Wales in a global context.

When The Rain Stops

Author: Sheila Cole
Publisher: Lothrop Lee & Shepard
ISBN: 9780688076542
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After a downpour a little girl and her father go out to pick blackberries, encountering a variety of wildlife on the way.

Playing On The Periphery

Author: Tara Brabazon
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134186371
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For example, Andrew Hignell's outstanding book Rain stops play 31 creates an
innovative linking of cricket and weather. Not a season review, the book explores
the stories of such events as the fifth Ashes TestatThe Ovalin 1968.Intheera
beforecovered wickets, the crowd and the officials swept gallons of wateroffthe
playing area,even wringingsponges, so that Derek Underwood could bowl out
the Australians. Thisvictoryensuredthattheyshared the series.Cricketwriters rarely
thinkabout ...

Tales For Commuters Other Time Travelers

Author: Jim Stallings
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595218016
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Rain. Stops,. Yeah. Mama would say to me, it's raining, you go on the porch and
play. That's close enough to the rain, you hear? I hear, I'd say. Outside the
screens, a little splash and spray maybe comin' in, not much you know, just the
wind carrying it, cool off the trees and grass. And the church bells downtown
played a tune about Jesus and Miss Harris' dog Silver came up to the fence, he
was all wet and happy, snapping at a tick or somethin' on his tail. . .and nobody
cared if he ...

Where The Rain Stops

Author: Jude Goss
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ISBN: 9780615258171
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This is a story that will forever change your life. Where the Rain Stops is the first book in the series, so try book number four, The Plant.

Stupid Poems 5

Author: Ian Vannoey
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1848763239
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Rain Stops Play at the Battle of Hastings We're the jolly Norman knights, And we
never shirk from fights. We know the way when we're at all Signposts when they
point to 'Battle'. We've crossed the Channel in a ship, So William gets the
kingship. This place we will overrun, When we get a bit of sun. Conquering
England ain't so brainy As the place is always rainy. Anyone would look a wally:
A suit of armour and a brolly. They inspect the ground at four. Then, with luck, we'
ll have some ...

Bradman S First Tour

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GOLF CRAZY DON'S LONG DRIVES AT EDINBURGH Scotland Wins Toss RAIN
STOPS PLAY LONDON, July 16. The match between Australia and Scotland
began to-day at Edinburgh in fine weather. Scotland won the toss and batted.
Rain forced the players off the field at 3.20 p.m., and later play was abandoned
for the day. The teams were: — Australia: W. M. Woodfull, V. Y. Richardson, W. H.
Ponsford. D. G. Brad- man, A. F. Kippax, E. L. a'Beckett, C. V. Grimmett. P. M.
Hornibrook ...

Punch

Author: Mark Lemon
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Off to lippingford to play in the Home Eleven against the Roving Batterbridge
Juveniles. Pelting cats and dogs. Ground like a sponge. Both Elevens boxed up
in the tap-room of a small local public-house drinking hot whiskey-and-water.
After waiting five hours and a half rain stops for a few moments, and the Captains
determine to begin the match. We win the toss, and go in. Owing to the sloppy
state of the wicket, we are all got out for eleven in five- and-twenty minutes. Cats
and dogs ...

My Sweet Audrina

Author: V.C. Andrews
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451636970
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... as beautiful as that First and Best Audrina had been. I pessimistically guessed I
couldn't be from all the praise he gushed about her “radiant, transcendent,
ethereal beauty.” “Now you stay home and out of the woods,” warned my aunt
from the other room when she heard the back door open. “It's raining. And the last
thing your father said was to keep an eye on you and not let you wander off. If the
rain stops, you can play in the backyard—but go no farther.” “What did he say
about me?