1. Could you give me a minute? 2. (informal) Hang on a sec / Just a sec. 3. Hold on... 4. Let me see/think... 5. I'll be right with you. 6. Bear with me. 7. That'll have to wait. 8. Be patient. 9. Not so fast! 10. Hold your horses! #9 and #10 are used for cautioning someone to wait and not make a bad decision or take reckless action.
133 Test matches; 800 wickets; 22.72 average; 9 51 BBI; 55.0 strike rate
A surprising entry comes at No. 44, as Muttiah Muralitharan comes in much lower down than might have been expected.
He was always a restrictive bowler, hence his low average, but he would find wickets came after building sustained pressure and a hold over a batsman.
Often, his turning deliveries would beat the bat and go through for a dot ball, meaning his strike rate is pushed a little higher than perhaps it could have been.
However, he will always be remembered as one of the greatest of all time.