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windy

1. mod. talkative. She’s so windy! Won’t she ever let up?
2. mod. flatulent; having intestinal gas. If you’re windy, why don’t you take the day off? Do us all a favor.
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Despite the early loss of their openers, Afghanistan looked to have the run chase under control with Rahmat Shah and Mohammad Nabi patiently compiling 49 for the fourth wicket to take them to 132/3, but Jason Holder's dismissal of the latter opened the door for the Windies.
The Windies captain Jason Holder capped a good day for his side after returning figures of 10-1-53-5.
The windies are making great play of just these past three days, just once in more than two decades or more.
New Zealand had entered the series against the Windies in third place behind Pakistan (124 points) and India (121 points) on 120 points.
The venue has hosted nine ODIs but this will be the first fixture in the shortest international format and the Windies will fancy their chances of regaining some pride on an otherwise disappointing tour.
Spare a thought for Windies opener Evin Lewis, who blitzed 176 before diverting a delivery from Jake Ball onto his right ankle and retiring hurt.
The Windies had been heavily criticised following their innings-and-209-run defeat in the day-night Test at Edgbaston, but Root insists he had never underestimated the threat they pose.
He played two Tests and four ODI at the Gaddafi Stadium, with his final appearance in the Windies colours at Pakistan cricket's headquarter being in1991.
It is quite the turnaround from the Windies following an innings-and-209-run trouncing at Edgbaston - a defeat that left many former players bemoaning the current set-up - but they have silenced their critics in the most emphatic fashion, having bossed the majority of this Test.
This was only the fourth time a pair had registered two century stands together in a single test for the Windies and the first since Brian Lara and Ramnaresh Sarwan achieved the feat in 2001.
Pakistan won the T20I and ODI series 3-0 and are on their way to whitewash the Windies in the Tests as well.
BY DEAN WILSON WINDIES captain Darren Sammy has declared his side will channel their anger at a lack of respect for their T20 exploits into taking home the trophy for a second time.
With nine runs needed from the final over to complete a chase of 123, Brathwaite took the Windies to the brink by crashing Kagiso Rabada's second ball for six before Ramdin finished the job with a cut that was dropped at short third man by Hashim Amla.
Tendulkar has had a victorious end to his first class career with a winning hand for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy, and so he is well tuned and ready for all that the Windies will throw at him.
Onions looked full of spice on his return to the international arena and turned up the heat on Windies star Marlon Samuels as the two enjoyed some verbal jousting.