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Flintoff

/ˈflɪntɒf/
noun
1.
Andrew. born 1977, English cricketer; an all-rounder, he played 79 test matches for England (1998–2009)
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  • flintoff finishing off with a round of view halloas and other hunting noises.

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  • The more Mr. flintoff looked at the landscape, the less he liked it.

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  • If flintoff let the beggar beat him, he—-he didn't know what he would do.

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  • Monsieur's monkey, however, was now up, and he felt inclined to tackle with flintoff.

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  • "I'll lay an even five on Mr. flintoff," repeated he, looking boldly round.

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  • The pasture was sound, and they sped up it best pace, Mr. flintoff well in advance.

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