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Explain how cricket changed with changing times and yet remained unchanged in some ways.
Cricket has changed with changing times and yet remained unchanged in some ways. The shape of the bat evolved over the time to its current flat and straight form. Earlier, it was made from one single piece of wood but now it has two components, the blade and the handle made of two different kinds of woods. Now, the players use protective equipments made with technologically advanced material. However, the basic playing equipments are still handmade.
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