MILNS

AcronymDefinition
MILNSManual In-Line Neck Stabilization
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After being hit for 10 runs from two balls, Adams again somehow survived another lbw shout from Salter on 46 after once more being saved by Milns.
The final twist was provided by Milns' late piledriver with the Welshmen badly depleted.
Milns 1987:247, in the course of his lengthy discussion of the range of issues, suggests that the dimoirites may have received ten drachmas per day.
However, on 13 minutes Spalding replied when lack of communication by Milns and keeper Andy Norwood left Richard Moore with a simple task of rolling the ball into the net.
A more personal aim for those in attendance was a desire to honour the work of Brian Jones and Bob Milns, whose lifelong interest in Rome's Flavian emperors has greatly influenced many scholars, and in particular those who offered papers on the day.
The two umpires, John Holder and David Milns, brought off the players for bad light at twenty past five with 8.2 overs left before the close to put a welcome end to Glamorgan's miserable day.
Jamie Whitehead had handed the visitors a 19th-minute lead and although Adrian Jones levelled for 10 man Cradley, goal from substitute Nicky Kennerdale and Matt Milns wrapped up Gedling's win.
l In the Hurrell Cup final Oxton's Peter Milns beat Calderstone's Anthony O'Neill.
JCT sold the Cavalier last May to second-hand dealer Mike Milns of Leeds.
This joke is certainly a play on the pronunciation of the Latin words, but may also, as Brian Jones has pointed out (Jones & Milns, op.cit.