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A hit which goes very high.→ skier
- ‘Laidlaw also took two fine slip catches, and a skier at mid-wicket, to add to his contribution.’
- ‘He was let off on 47 while trying to sweep Singh, but Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly failed to judge the skyer at mid-wicket.’
- ‘Gupte would have the mortification of seeing mid-on or square-leg drop the skier.’
- ‘He then misjudged a skier on the mid-wicket fence before Ponting had settled in.’
- ‘By the time he was out, when the substitute Silva caught a skier at mid-wicket off Dilhara, India had effectively won the game.’
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