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  • The season produced both his career-best bowling performance and his highest first-class score.
  • His right and round-arm bowling was never employed in the first-class game.
  • His right arm fast medium round arm bowling was not called upon in first-class games.
  • His right arm fast medium bowling was not called upon in the first-class game.
  • This remains to this day his best first class bowling performance.
  • There are two gardens within the castle, the southern one including a bowling green.
  • Encouraged by his father, he had started bowling when he was four.
  • With his bowling, he has helped secure an Indian victory on more than one occasion.
  • His left bowling arm is above his head and he is wearing white sports shoes.
  • Traditionally, a major form of organized bowling has been through league competition.
  • Bowling actions are typically divided into side on and front on actions.
  • These groups began creating the standard rules for bowling that have survived to the modern day.
  • This era also saw a great increase in bowling technology.
  • The bowling green is directly behind the row of trees in the centre of the picture.
  • The social and material changes experienced by Bowling since childhood make his past seem distant.
  • His only first-class bowling was in the final overs of his final Test match.
  • It is primarily known as a rugby union stadium, but it also has a bowling green.
  • His right arm fast medium bowling was not called upon.
  • The time frame for bowling tournaments can be from one day to several months.
  • Up to that point we'd still been singing about bowling down California highways.
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Root form of bowling is bowl for the verb.

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Meaning of bowling

  • noun A game in which balls are rolled at an object or group of objects with the aim of knocking them over or moving them
  • noun (cricket) the act of delivering a cricket ball to the batsman
  • noun The playing of a game of tenpins or duckpins etc
  • verb Roll (a ball)
  • verb Hurl a cricket ball from one end of the pitch towards the batsman at the other end
  • verb Engage in the sport of bowling
    My parents like to bowl on Friday nights