LUMB

AcronymDefinition
LUMBLaughing Under My Breath
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Lumb, an English merchant, to whose kindness and hospitality, during my stay in the country, I was greatly indebted.
The rest of the batting was held together by Chris Lumb who played an impressive innings of 31 before being bowled by Wittstock.
Dr Lumb, who attended the murder scene and carried out a postmortem examination, said Massey was 5ft 8in, 14st and of "average build".
After having their first match against Barnsley rained off, Huddersfield defeated major rivals Bradford in their last Joe Lumb fixture.
London [UK], July 20 ( ANI ): Former England batsman Michael Lumb, who plays for Nottinghamshire, has been forced to retire with immediate effect because of an ankle injury.
After a short interruption, Rikki Wessels chipped Ed Barnard to deep midwicket but Lumb batted responsibly to shore the innings up with support from Samit Patel and Billy Root.
But Patel and Lumb had advanced the total to 85 by the time bad light halted play and after an 80-minute break they went back on for eight overs.
Lumb hit 20 boundaries in his 193 ball innings of 108 as Notts reached the close on 316 for seven, only 57 runs behind Warwickshire's first innings score of 373.
Lumb, who missed the start of the campaign through injury, has scored only 78 runs in five innings while Hales's last four scores - nought, one, 47 and 54 - reflect his inconsistency.
Lumb faced 192 balls and hit 13 fours before edging Kyle Coetzer to wicketkeeper Adam Rossington.
Lumb appeared to give them a decent shot at both, clubbing nine fours and two sixes in an opening stand of 98 with Alex Hales.
England badly missed the injured Eoin Morgan in their chase, and he is a doubt for the whole series, but the game was there to be won thanks to Lumb and fellow debutant Moeen Ali, who formed a useful opening partnership of 96.