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Dance down the pitch
Cricket’s own dance form. A batsman comes dancing sideways down the pitch and smashes the ball away.
Danger end
There is no ‘skull and bones’ sign here. It is just that end of the pitch to which the fielder throws the ball as the batsman is running in.
Day/Night Match
An ingenius form invented by Aussies to send visiting teams into a double jet lag. Because day becomes night down under. And when the game is played, day and night all becomes one!
Dead ball
At some point, usually after the ball is safely in the hands of the wicket-keeper or with one of the fielders, when the batsman can no longer run. Neither batsman can be out in any way until the next ball is bowled.
Dead bat
The bat is held still and the ball is allowed to hit it. Inelegant and could give you a nasty shock!
Deano
Big mouth!
Declaration
At some point, the batting captain gets all haughty and decides his team need not bat any longer. So he declares his innings before all his batsmen are out. It is also something that Tendulkar never quite knew how to time. So when he captained his side, his bowlers sometimes got 15 overs to bowl out the opponents. A sign of a late declaration. Very late!

Some have said that declaration is another reason why cricket is smarter than baseball. One has to think about the outcome of a declaration. In baseball, the batting side cannot declare the inning to be over. And there is no tacticaly reason to declare.
 
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