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- A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room
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- A thick or soft expanse or layer of something
- A large rug, typically an oriental one
- form a carpet-like cover (over)
- monetary value: the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold); "the fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver"; "he puts a high price on his services"; "he couldn't calculate the cost of the collection"
- (of an object or an action) Require the payment of (a specified sum of money) before it can be acquired or done
- Cause the loss of
- Involve (someone) in (an effort or unpleasant action)
- the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
- be priced at; "These shoes cost $100"
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Note***** The character of Vasha is very dead and appeared as a hallucination, not a ghost.
[21:21] Rena Mayne's finger ran down the edge of the ledger, teeth grinding a bit as she tried to make the numbers into something that would resemble breaking even...the damage to the carpet, the front of the bar....it all needed fixing and with the recent upheaval, revenue wasn't what it had been. "Fucking Christ." she murmured. "...at this rate it would be more cost effective to give the damned bar to Forge."
[21:23] Aravasha Yiyuan sat primly on the table edge..." so like you Rena..just throw your hands in the air and look for some man to make everything all right " she would look at her and offer a sweet smile.
[21:27] Rena Mayne blinked slowly and looked up. She stared for a moment and then her eyes darted around the room, but there was no one here to verify if the vision was real or in her head. She looked back down at the book, careful not to look AT Vasha. Maybe if she didn't look, she'd just go away. It had worked before. She closed her eyes tight.
[21:29] Aravasha Yiyuan giggles softly and leans a bit forward, her elbow resting on her knee.." why so ..nervous..someone might think you were less than happy to see me ?"
[21:32] Rena Mayne exhaled slowly and a hand reached out as if to brush something off the table. She yelped and yanked it back when it seemed to her it encountered something warm and solid. She slid sideways in the booth, eyes open and staring at Vasha. "You're .... not here." hissed through her teeth. But oh god, what if she was, she wouldn't be the first person to come back from the dead in this town. If she was real, Rena was going to look, well, as psycho as she felt lately.
[21:34] Aravasha Yiyuan leans along the table edge as if posing for an erotic photo.." but of course im here.." she sighs.." i am as real as this table". she runs delicate fingers along it's edge her eyes staring into the woman's opposite her
[21:37] Rena Mayne couldn't have looked more confused if she was faking it. "How?" It was all she could think to ask, at least at first...then, something else struck her. "Why are you -here- though. You hated me." She straightened slightly, trying to at least look a little more normal.
[21:40] Aravasha Yiyuan reaches out a hand and gently caresses Rena's cheek..." ahhh Rena...so sadly misunderstood Rena...i never hated you..well maybe just a little...but it never had to be that way. in your heart you know that"
[21:44] Rena Mayne blinked slowly, too shocked to recoil from the touch. Her eyes closed again and she willed the vision, if it was such, to go away. When they opened though, it was still there. Or...Vasha was. She reached up to push her hair out of her eyes and her hand trembled slightly. She quickly dropped it to the table...."Seems like that's how it was meant to be, from the moment I saw...well. You know."
[21:46] Aravasha Yiyuan rests her chin demurely in her palms as she looks closely at renaa soft smile to her lips.." what do i know..i don't know what i know unless you tell me what i know"
[21:51] Rena Mayne blinked again, this was all too surreal. She'd been seeing things that weren't there, she knew that...and hearing people long gone as well. But this was the first time she'd found herself having a conversation with .... she shook her head and looked down at the book. "You always had pretty strong opinions about me before. Cloning go bad or something...missing a few key memories there?" she risked a look up to see the other woman's reaction.
[21:54] Aravasha Yiyuan continues resting her chin in her hands and doesn't even blink , just that same soft smile.." ohh i know..i just want to hear you say it..say -HIS- name ..you know you want to..you always wanted to..scream it as you felt his rough hands roaming across your bare flesh..as you writhed underneath him..all the while imagining yourself in -MY- place "
[21:56] Rena Mayne sucked in a breath. Well, if she was a clone, she remembered it all... "You always thought that, but I never wanted to take your place...didn't want to take him away. I knew where I fit in. I didn't like it but I knew." Her hand curled into a fist and she looked back down at the ledger.
[22:00] Aravasha Yiyuan chuckles softly and rolls over onto her back , arched sestively as she rest one leg on an upraised knee.." its you that never understood..i never saw you as a threat..i knew where i fit into His life and was content with it...He had others...so many others...and it was always fine with me "
[22:02] Rena Mayne's eyes narrowed. "Fine with you." she repeated. "Was it? Really?" she was starting to believe Vasha was really there, and not in her head. After all, Rith had come back...why not Vasha. Maybe Damian had planned for her surv
Akmal and Malik script a thriller-Pakistan v WI 1st ODI Abu Dhabi 2008
Those who say 50-overs cricket has lost its ticker needed to look no further than the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi for a humdinger. In a throwback to the days of Sharjah classics, Pakistan overcame a slish start and a middle-order wobble to sneak the most thrilling of last-over wins over West Indies. Khurram Manzoor and Younis Khan helped Pakistan overcome a jittery start and gather some steam, but it was Shoaib Malik's whirlwind 66 and a stunning last-over assault from Kamran Akmal that pulled the carpet from beneath West Indies' feet.
After winning the toss and batting, West Indies settled for a below-par 294, which owed mostly to Chris Gayle's glorious 113, his 17th one-day hundred and second on the trot after an unbeaten 110 against Canada in August. Just 96 runs were scored since Gayle departed in the 35th over, and only 71 in the last ten overs, credit to Pakistan for sticking to their guns on a hard pitch. Ultimately, that made a big difference.
The last 15 minutes of the match were nerve-wracking. Akmal amazingly swept the last ball of the 48th over, by Jerome Taylor, for six, but a miserly penultimate over from Gayle seemed to have sealed it West Indies' way. Fawad Alam failed to put away a full toss, Gayle bowled Akmal with a no-ball, and Akmal then survived a stumping appeal. The over cost only six runs.
Needing 17 from the last over, Akmal slashed the second and third deliveries for six, backing away: cue hysteria in the ground. A scampered two became three with an overthrow, and Alam clipped the fifth delivery of the final over for a single to seal victory. Akmal's 24 from nine balls, however, was the clincher.
When Pakistan strled initially under lights in the first 15 overs, this was hard to envision. In the absence of any fluency from Salman Butt, it was left to Manzoor to keep the score ticking over. Manzoor played himself in, reaching his second half-century in two ODIs played for Pakistan, one full of punchy back-foot play. Younis Khan, Pakistan's most experienced batsman after Mohammad Yousuf joined the ICL, hit consecutive boundaries in the 23rd over - one driven off the back foot, the other lapped very fine - to up the rate.
Taylor was brought back in the 28th over to do a job, and he succeeded. Taylor dropped short, Manzoor tried to run it fine, and Carlton Baugh held on to the thin outside edge (142 for 2). Younis swept his way to half-century from 50 balls, but the pressure told on Misbah-ul-Haq, way too early into a reverse-sweep against Nikita Miller's left-arm spin.
As per the new rules, the batting side can choose one Powerplay and Pakistan left the third one until the 38th over. It was a critical phase and Pakistan lost two wickets for 38. Unable to pierce the field like Malik, Younis slogged Baker into the starry night while Shahid Afridi pulled Baker to a tumbling Shivnarine Chanderpaul at deep midwicket. Malik made sure to hit the ball as straight as possible and went past 50 from 36 balls, but when Pakistan needed 33 from 18 balls, he pulled Taylor to midwicket.
Akmal's heroics, though, spoiled what should have been Gayle's party. The venue changed from Antigua to Abu Dhabi, the format from Twenty20 to 50-overs, but what did Gayle care? After five overs West Indies were 11 for 0; that's when Gayle moved up a gear, stepping outside the line of a delivery from Abdur Rauf and swinging it over midwicket for six.
Rauf, who opened the attack in the absence of an injured Shoaib Akhtar, was then taken for 17 in one over. A whip over mid-on was followed by a flick off the pads. Then Rauf pitched outside off stump and craned his neck as Gayle biffed him over his head. Shoaib Malik removed third man and Gayle smartly steered the ball past the wicketkeeper. Having hit a 33-ball half-century in the Stanford 20/20 for 20 earlier this month, Gayle enjoyed his first trip to Abu Dhabi. Sohail Tanvir was cracked past point and West Indies' fifty was up in the tenth over with consecutive pulled sixes in Umar Gul's first over. In five overs, 48 had been scored, and Gayle's half-century needed 36 balls.
Sewnarine Chattergoon contributed 33 to an opening stand of 125, the sixth-best for West Indies against Pakistan, content to play second fiddle before an attempted heave against the turn went to mid-on. Ramnaresh Sarwan partnered Gayle past his century - in a 73-run stand - and watched him get out for 113 after a series of attacking shots, the last of which went straight to midwicket (198 for 2) in an over in which he had been dropped by Gul. Sarwan used his wrists well and leapt on to anything short, hitting five boundaries before he tickled Afridi down the pads in the 38th over. But Gul came back well to take 3 for 66 and Tanvir took two in two balls during the last over as West Indies failed to build on Gayle's innings.
A cricket-starved Pakistan came to Abu Dhabi wanting to win. They've certainly started well.
Jamie Alter is a senior sub-editor at Cricinfo
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