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The Morning Call
An NFL-wide question: Are teams practicing hard enough?Some do just that, while others, such as wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, spend it
The Morning Call / Posted 49 minutes ago
Some do just that, while others, such as wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, spend it doing drills on their own. Running back Chris Thompson still has vivid memory of the way the Patriots ended practice when New England visited Redskins camp in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Everton ball boy rescued by steward during crowd trouble at Hajduk tiebeing kicked over and some supporters almost getting on the field, stewards and
Daily Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
being kicked over and some supporters almost getting on the field, stewards and police swiftly moved over to the area en masse, forming a line around the section. The situation had calmed down sufficiently by a minute or so later for Kruzliak to... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
ECU gears up for 'move-in' weekEast Carolina University Police Lt. Chris Sutton (Ashley Boles/NewsChannel 12)
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 3 days ago
East Carolina University Police Lt. Chris Sutton (Ashley Boles/NewsChannel 12) East Carolina University Police Lt. Chris Sutton (Ashley Boles/NewsChannel 12) GREENVILLE, Pitt County - As ECU gears up for its annual "move-in" week, ECU officials and... Read more
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Market Watch
Nixon’s ‘Goldwater moment’ looms over Trumpfrom one scandal, diplomatic misstep, or vulgarity to the next, some wonder wha
Market Watch / Posted 9 days ago
from one scandal, diplomatic misstep, or vulgarity to the next, some wonder what will move Republicans to abandon Trump en masse as they did with Nixon, who resigned 43 years ago on Aug. 9, 1974. It is possible we are seeing the first stirrings of... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Garrison Keillor busy as he nears 75He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 10 days ago
He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the show over to mandolinist extraordinaire Chris Thile, who starts his second season as "Prairie Home" host on Oct. 7. [Article continues below] Keillor admits he... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Green Street in front of Illini Union to be closed till Sept. 1Union will probably remain closed to through traffic until Sept. 1 — a week aft
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
Union will probably remain closed to through traffic until Sept. 1 — a week after University of Illinois students return en masse. The original plan had been to reopen the north half of Green Street between Wright Street and Goodwin Avenue to... Read more
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Pendle Today
Police officer and steward hospitalised after Turf Moor crowd troubleand throwing seats. Police are now appealing for fans with any footage of the
Pendle Today / Posted 11 days ago
and throwing seats. Police are now appealing for fans with any footage of the violence to share it with them. Chief Supt Chris Bithell said: "Our investigation into the incident is very much ongoing and we are determined to identify those... Read more
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Austin Daily Herald
Ex-’Prairie Home’s Garrison Keillor keeping busy as he nears 75He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the
Austin Daily Herald / Posted 12 days ago
He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the show over to mandolinist extraordinaire Chris Thile, who starts his second season as “Prairie Home” host on Oct. 7. Keillor admits he misses being on the air and... Read more
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Beaumont Enterprise
'Prairie Home' host Garrison Keillor busy as he nears 75He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the
Beaumont Enterprise / Posted 14 days ago
He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the show over to mandolinist extraordinaire Chris Thile, who starts his second season as "Prairie Home" host on Oct. 7. Keillor admits he misses being on the air and... Read more
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The Washington Times
‘Prairie Home’ host Garrison Keillor busy as he nears 75He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the
The Washington Times / Posted 14 days ago
He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the show over to mandolinist extraordinaire Chris Thile, who starts his second season as “Prairie Home” host on Oct. 7. Keillor admits he misses being on the air and... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
'Prairie Home' host Garrison Keillor busy as he nears 75He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 days ago
He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the show over to mandolinist extraordinaire Chris Thile, who starts his second season as "Prairie Home" host on Oct. 7. Keillor admits he misses being on the air and... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
'Prairie Home' host Garrison Keillor busy as he nears 75He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 14 days ago
He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the show over to mandolinist extraordinaire Chris Thile, who starts his second season as "Prairie Home" host on Oct. 7. Keillor admits he misses being on the air and... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
'Prairie Home' host Garrison Keillor busy as he nears 75He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
He went out with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2016 and turned the show over to mandolinist extraordinaire Chris Thile, who starts his second season as "Prairie Home" host on Oct. 7. Keillor admits he misses being on the air and... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Will violence flare again in Kenya?MPs and senators. Yet instead of being excited about the chance to elect a new
Namibia Economist / Posted 15 days ago
MPs and senators. Yet instead of being excited about the chance to elect a new government, many are terrified. On July 31st Chris Msando, the chief technician in charge of the electronic voting system, was found dead in Nairobi, the capital, his arm... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Big Kick-Off: Intrigue awaits as Leeds United gamble on a continental heartwere a domestic unit with a domestic air last season. From Monk through the spi
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 15 days ago
were a domestic unit with a domestic air last season. From Monk through the spine of his team, from the goals of Chris Wood to Kyle Bartley and Rob Green, the club revolved around a Championship core. That spine is still present in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bay Area residents move out amid surge of Silicon Valley workerssupply. Families cannot afford to live in the houses and are having to move ou
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
supply. Families cannot afford to live in the houses and are having to move out meaning the Bay's workforce are leaving en masse which has drawn criticism. This three-bedroom house in Oakland is on the market with an asking price of... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Furness keep heat on Workington with Cleator wininnings, when Nathan Waterston was bowled. However, the umpire failed to spot i
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 days ago
innings, when Nathan Waterston was bowled. However, the umpire failed to spot it and it took the Cleator team pointing en-masse at the missing off bail for Waterston to be on his way. When it came their turn to bat, Cleator professional Kulusekra... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Little League: Cumberland American downs Cranston Western for state titleout Cranston Western’s depleted pitching staff. The District I champions were s
The Providence Journal / Posted 19 days ago
out Cranston Western’s depleted pitching staff. The District I champions were stripped of two top arms after Gaudreau and Chris Piscione combined to work seven innings in Friday’s 9-6 thriller. Cranston Western 220 0 – 4 5 2 Cumberland American... Read more
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Philly.com
Summer Stage performs miracles with 'Hunchback of Notre Dame'the story of how the cathedral came to be occupied by the stern cleric Dom Clau
Philly.com / Posted 22 days ago
the story of how the cathedral came to be occupied by the stern cleric Dom Claude Frollo (recent Villanova MFA graduate Chris Monaco) and his nephew, the deformed Quasimodo (Villanova alum Patrick J. Walsh), a beautifully kind man-child who has... Read more
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NJ.com
No rainstorm was gonna stop Chris Stapleton's booming country-soul N.J. concerteven Adele. It wasn't until 2015, when Stapleton was 37, that his star aligned
NJ.com / Posted 28 days ago
even Adele. It wasn't until 2015, when Stapleton was 37, that his star aligned with the musical universe and listeners en masse took notice. An unforgettable performance at the year's CMA Awards beside Justin Timberlake launched the country-soul... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sydney apartment rents catch up with houses as experts raise doubts about 'supply solution'rents had been pushed up by the type of supply coming onto the market. “I woul
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
rents had been pushed up by the type of supply coming onto the market. “I would blame unsuitable apartments being built en masse and rented at prices which are focused on maximising returns and sale prices, rather than the kind of homes we need,”... Read more
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The Age
Sydney apartment rents catch up with houses as experts raise doubts about 'supply solution'rents had been pushed up by the type of supply coming onto the market. “I woul
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
rents had been pushed up by the type of supply coming onto the market. “I would blame unsuitable apartments being built en masse and rented at prices which are focused on maximising returns and sale prices, rather than the kind of homes we need,”... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney apartment rents catch up with houses as experts raise doubts about 'supply solution'rents had been pushed up by the type of supply coming onto the market. “I woul
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
rents had been pushed up by the type of supply coming onto the market. “I would blame unsuitable apartments being built en masse and rented at prices which are focused on maximising returns and sale prices, rather than the kind of homes we need,”... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Is it McCarthyism?we can to get the call next time. Otherwise the questions in October will be ex
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted a month ago
we can to get the call next time. Otherwise the questions in October will be exactly like this. This is just a disease.” Chris Hayes, in The Nation: Hayes castigated his fellow liberals for criticizing Wright. “All this hand wringing about just... Read more
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metro
These bikers are on a mission to fight bike theft and make riding safer for allLondon’s Butler at the start. ‘We want to show the public bikers ride safely an
metro / Posted 1 months ago
London’s Butler at the start. ‘We want to show the public bikers ride safely and securely.’ Passing over Tower Bridge en masse as hundreds of tourists stopping to watch, wave and take photos, that mission was certainly accomplished.‘No burnouts,... Read more
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FOX Business
Loving Prime Day, Fighting a Duopoly, and Getting Hip to CRISPROn this Market Foolery podcast, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool Rule Breakers'
FOX Business / Posted 1 months ago
On this Market Foolery podcast, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool Rule Breakers' Aaron Bush discuss how the cheesy marketing stunt that is Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) Prime Day has proven to be genius for the e-commerce giant. They also consider whether all... Read more
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FOX Business
Loving Prime Day, Fighting a Duopoly, and Getting Hip to CRISPROn this Market Foolery podcast, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool Rule Breakers'
FOX Business / Posted 1 months ago
On this Market Foolery podcast, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool Rule Breakers' Aaron Bush discuss how the cheesy marketing stunt that is Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) Prime Day has proven to be genius for the e-commerce giant. They also consider whether all... Read more
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