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    Every night, before you go to sleep, you hear the chirping of hundreds of crickets. From mole crickets to a cricket literally called the cooloola monster, every male cricket can chirp. Now, what if I told you that crickets don’t chirp at random, but the speed of the chirps depends on the temperature outside. If I have a male house cricket and put it in a temperature controlled room and turn up the heat. Since crickets like all other insects, cold-blooded, they take on the temperature of their surroundings. Cricket chirping falls under an equation called the Arrhenius equation which is that the higher the temperature, the faster a given chemical reaction can occur. The Arrhenius equation, in a deeper explanation, says that at higher temperatures, the probability of two…

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    Cricket is the second most popular sport in the world, and it 's played in over 120 countries. It is supported by millions of passionate fans of all ages. They play in the park, on the beach, and even in the street. To the layman, the game can seem a bit complicated, but it 's quite easy to understand once people know the basics. Fans have different ways to show their emotions like fighting with the friend during a match and after a game. Rich, poor, young, and old, this ancient 16th-century…

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    Cricket is a sport that generates an extensive range of reaction from sports fans. Among those who are a part of more exciting athletic customs, cricket is unfortunately seen as a tedious game. However, to its abundant number of fans, cricket is seen as a worldwide sport which validates sportsmanship and athletic skill. The game of cricket has established a prodigious history that has shaped it into the prevalent sport that is it today. The game of cricket itself is thought to have been played…

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    Cricket Is A Sport Essay

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    the fact that a bat and ball is used to be hit. Also that cricket uses the same system of innings as does baseball. Surprising cricket did make an appearance during the olympics but was never seen again after. Cricket continues to be a ever growing sport in other countries. Cricket is usually played on a large oval-shaped field. In the center there is a rectangular area which is known as the pitch. Boundary lines are posted all along the outside of the field. Inside the pitch…

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    INTRODUCION Although British have started the game of cricket, it is more followed as a religion in India. Cricket is most popular among all age groups, communities & has no limit of gender. In India, peoples are emotionally attached to this game, but cricket also give health benefits as well. Internationally cricket matches played in 3 forms: 1. One day Cricket 2. Test cricket 3. 20-20 cricket1 In cricket, there are 5 skills i.e. batting, fast balling, spin bowling, wicket…

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    What Is Cricket Game Essay

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    Cricket Game Cricket is the most famous outdoor game played between two teams commonly loved by people of all races. Indians and Pakistanis love this game a lot as it’s a good and relaxing game. Just like football and any other sports cricket also has its set of rules that one needs to know and follow when playing or if you want to watch this game. I once went to watch this game and I found it to be interesting after learning the rules and regulations. What is cricket and what are its rules? I…

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    the game of baseball. Across the ocean and around the world the game of cricket is played in various different countries and it serves to them as baseball serves to us. Most people just look at the big picture of these two games and just assume that baseball and cricket are the same. Reasons of believing these would be cricket and baseball both are two well-known sports that involve a bat and a ball. However, when you dig deeper into the sports, you will be surprised at how different these two…

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    Cricket is known as a man of his word 's diversion in light of the fact that there are less odds of players getting harsh on each other or biting the dust because of some chafed fight between two players. Be that as it may, and, after its all said and done, tragically no game is without its offer of mischances Everybody recalls the best minutes in games, that snippet of adrenaline surge which makes playing or watching the amusements so engaging. Yet, for a few players that adrenaline surge is…

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    Cricket In The World Essay

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    The game of cricket, is one of the oldest sports in the world, can date its origins all the way to the 1500s where it was played in small villages in England. From those humble beginnings in small British villages now known as Sussex, the game of cricket now boasts an estimated fan base of around two and half billion fans according to a research report by topendsports.com. Now, cricket has become the second most popular sport in the world. People from all over the world play and follow cricket.…

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    Strike Rate In Cricket

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    almost a match saving innings. Meanwhile, during the course of that 124-run innings, Pujara scored his runs with on an impressive rate of almost 61 runs per 100 balls, which can be considered as a fitting reply to recent criticisms on his so called poor strike-rate. However, how much does strike-rate matter for a batsman in Test cricket? Well, according to Arvind Pujara, the father of Cheteshwar and a former First-Class cricketer of Saurashtra, more than strike-rate, batting according to…

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