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  • v  make a commentary on
  • v  serve as a commentator, as in sportscasting
Quotes

  • Sonny Bill Williams in The Canberra Times
    Williams replied: "You commentate on most of your fights anyway, Anthony, so it shouldn't be hard for you."
  • Martin Crowe in Stuff.co.nz
    I'm going to commentate all the games on the upcoming tour here by India but I've just found 10 years [as executive producer] a year too long,Crowe said. "You need to keep evolving. I love Sky and the new role is really exciting for me."
  • Daryll Cullinan in Independent Online
    I'm surprised and shocked that my accreditation has been turned down,says Cullinan. "I'm a journalist and as such should be allowed the freedom to commentate like the others who also joined the ICL. Tony Greig is commentating in Australia...

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