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chin music

Fig. Inf. talk; conversation. Whenever those two get together, you can be sure there'll be plenty of chin music. Bill just loves to hear himself talk. He'll make chin music for hours at a time.
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You expect a bit of chin music when you come to these parts.
I think 20 years ago there was a lot of chin music over here but I think their wickets have calmed down a little bit -they realise bowling in good areas is a pretty good way forward as well.
Before the series, Kiwi skipper Brendon McCullum had warned the visitors to be ready for chin music.
BOYD RANKIN has warned Michael Clarke there will be more chin music ahead if England unleash him into Ashes combat this winter.
The high-risk body slams known as ``the F-U,'' ``the Clothesline from Hell,'' ``the Angle Slam'' and ``Sweet Chin Music.
I think 20 years ago there was a lot of chin music but I think their wickets have calmed down a little bit - they realise bowling in good areas is a pretty good way forward as well.
To counter the chin music, Rohit and Shikhar brought out horizontal bat shots like the cut and pull, signalling their intent to fight fire with fire, and the sparse crowd was set abuzz.
CHIN MUSIC Jonathan Thurston 'tackles' Ryan Hall AGONYSkipper Jamie Peacock was distraught at yet another Aussie drubbing * CAPTAIN'S THE CROWNING GLORY Lockyer finishes the Aussie rout I'M GOING OUT ON TOP He's chaired off with the trophy
2 (ANI): Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting has said that he has never shied away from facing up to the chin music dished out by his fast bowling opponents.
They've been at it from Opening Day, supplying the chin music that is practically drowning out a sonorous refrain.
Mississippi Canyon Blocks 378/379 - On January 20th the company spud an initial deepwater exploratory well at its Chin Music Prospect.
M AIL T ODAY takes a look at the dismissals & recent instances where Indians have succumbed to chin music.
England's Test squad likely lads face the Sri Lankans at Derby with a licence from Lord's to give the tourists a working over and expose technical flaws in the way Steve Harmison's chin music softened up Aussie opener Philip Hughes in the same fixture two years ago.
The colts may not face chin music served by Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel and Lonwabo Tsotobe but they will certainly be tested by the second string of South African as well as Australian bowlers who have been bred on wickets that are fast and bouncy.