Opener Craig Kieswetter made 25 and the next best scores were the 18 not outs of both Twenty20 captain Broad and fellow lower order batsman Graeme Swann.
What does NO stand for?
NO stands for Not Out
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 16 other meanings of NO in our Acronym Attic
- Nord-Ouest (French: north west)
- Nord-Ovest (Italian: Northwest)
- Nordost/Nordosten (German; North East)
- Normal Output (fluorescent lighting)
- Normally Open
- Not Official
- Not Open
- Not Optional
- Nouveau Orleans (French: New Orleans)
- Novara (Piemonte, Italy)
- Novus Ordo (Latin mass)
- Number Of
- Nuovo Ordinamento (Italian: new Curriculum Requirements)
- Occupation Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Niederösterreich (Lower Austria; State)
- National Organization of Americans Battling Unnecessary Servicemember Endangerment
- Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002
Samples in periodicals archive:
Gibbs has come closest, with his 83 not out against Derbyshire on Wednesday.
Baxter, whose majority of senior cricket has been with Almondbury, Slaithwaite and Elland before moving to Golcar this season, has only had 455 innings, 97 not outs (the same as Cooper), scored 17,876 runs at a tremendous average of 49.
He claimed how some of his predecessors would, when the situation required it, direct the umpires to give Pakistan favourable decisions on lbws and caught behinds - not outs when Pakistan was batting, out when the visitors were at the crease.
Lara was 285 not out at lunch on the fourth day, with Warwickshire due to play in a Benson & Hedges Cup semi-final next day at the Oval.
Middlesbrough-born Plunkett, 21, also achieved a superb batting average of 58 after finishing with four not outs in five innings and hitting a high score of 25 not out.