Two Pakistanis actually reached their half-century in Saturday''s game there - Umar Akmal was out for 50 and Shahid Afridi for 51 - so the advice is to keep your powder dry and wait for better betting opportunities.
What does KYPD stand for?
KYPD stands for Keep Your Powder Dry
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- Military and Government
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- Kashmir Youth Project (Rochdale, Lancashire, UK)
- Keep Ya Posted
- Keep Your Promise
- Keeping You Posted
- Kill Yourself Please
- Kill Yourself Productions
- Kiwanis Young Professionals
- Know Your Personnel
- Know Your Portfolio (money management; Daylight Forensic & Advisory LLC)
- Kittery Point Yacht Club
- Keeping Young People Engaged (UK education, training and employment initiative)
- Kentucky Propane Education and Research Council
- Kolej Yayasan Pelajaran Mara (Malaysian educational company)
- Kentucky Probe Owners
- Keep Your Pet Safe
- Keeping Young People Safe (UK)
- Kansas Young Republicans
- Kendal Youth Radio (UK)
- kiloyear (thousand years; geology)
- Know Your Rank
Samples in periodicals archive:
Screw your bobbin, Keep your powder dry, Use your strength to say no, And give sobriety a try.
Now, if I can't get it today, keep your powder dry.
He is still a big baby and has greater potential to improve than St Nicholas, but whether it is enough, time will tell, so keep your powder dry.
However the game is harder to call than the prices suggest, so it may pay to keep your powder dry for the weekend's Super League Murrayfield Magic extravaganza.
You won't go far wrong with a low-drawn prominent runner in big-field handicaps over ten furlongs at York, so it is advisable to keep your powder dry until the final declarations are known, but one to catch the eye is James Caird.
Byline: Ed Hawkins SRI LANKA and India clash in Johannesburg on Monday but with a serious injury worry over Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya, it's best to keep your powder dry until nearer the time, writes Ed Hawkins.
Keep your powder dry until the Benson & Hedges Irish Masters, which starts at Goffs in County Kildare on Tuesday, when it will be previewed in full in Sports Betting.