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1. She handled the situation brilliantly; you have to hand it ________ her.


2. The price of petrol went ________ by five pence, which made motorists very angry


3. I lost my keys so I had to wake up my girlfriend to let me ________ the house


4. The taxi's on its way so we'd better listen ________ it


5. If you lock down a computer, you make it secure.



6. If you avoid people and distractions to do some work, you lock yourself away.


7. The teacher handed ________ the exam papers to the students


8. The Minister let the policy ________ in an interview, even though it was supposed to remain secret for another few weeks


9. Her elder sister always hands her old clothes ________ for her to wear when they are too small


10. I'll let you ________ a secret; our boss wears a wig


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    Rex Alston, the legendary British radio presenter is also one of the all time greatest cricket commentators. He was a popular broadcaster and was loved for his youthful voice. Being a former headmaster, he also had an authoritative tone in his voice which made it all the more better. Rex Alston used to do commentary for rugby and tennis apart from cricket. But once his popularity caught on and the bigwigs at BBC Radio realized his talent for cricket commentary, he was made to do only that and covered many a historic matches. Some of his comments and descriptions are especially remembered, one of them being the description of the victory celebration of the West Indians after their first win over England, in 1950.


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