Tice

Tice are wetlands, which are the remains of the old bed of the river Tisza in the present-day Latorica Protected Landscape Area (situated along the Latorica River) in Slovakia. The Tisza flowed 20 thousand years ago. The Tice, along with other territories marked by the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, constitutes the main part of the Latorica Protec...
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Tice

• (n.) A ball bowled to strike the ground about a bat`s length in front of the wicket. • (v. t.) To entice.
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Tice

Tice noun (Cricket) A ball bowled to strike the ground about a bat's length in front of the wicket.
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Tice

Tice transitive verb [ Aphetic form of entice .] To entice. [ Obsolete] The Coronation.
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Tice

A ball sent to a position on a boundary close enough to an opponent ball to induce the opponent to shoot at it and, hopefully, far enough away to be missed. A tice is a standard feature of many opening strategies.
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Tice

An old name for a yorker.
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