In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- IT'S clear from the history of cricket that bowling has gone through an evolution from underarm bowling to overarm bowling.
- I think basically it was an overarm stroke with a scissor kick with the legs.
- He used a stroke he observed natives of the Solomon Islands using, which combined an up-and-down kick with an alternating overarm stroke.
- The underarm lob is better suited to operations in woodland, where an overarm throw may result in the grenade hitting a tree or branch, and bouncing back towards the thrower!
- He lunges at the open window, hurling his strawberry milkshake in a cramped overarm throw.
- One boxer, Khalid, who is 21, displays particular talent, with an overarm technique reminiscent of George Foreman.
- Freestyle in those days was the trudgen, an alternating overarm stroke with a scissors kick.
- In England, blind cricketers bowl overarm and with a slightly bigger ball about the size of a size 3 football.
- It's hard to get too excited for the England boys when they've just vanquished a team that can barely bowl overarm.
- Among the exercises excluded are squash, football, surfing, backgammon and, sadly, bowling overarm.
- If he's in a bad mood, he'll throw stones, and his overarm spin wouldn't disgrace the English team!
- He is credited with introducing round-arm and overarm bowling to Victoria.
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