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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Historic black fraternity forms New Mexico undergrad chapterrights leader Ralph Abernathy and the late tennis legend Arthur Ashe are among
Historic black fraternity forms New Mexico undergrad chapter
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 30 minutes ago
rights leader Ralph Abernathy and the late tennis legend Arthur Ashe are among the fraternity's most notable members. Greg Davis, a graduate member who helped organized the undergraduate charter, says it took nearly six years to bring the... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Historic black fraternity forms New Mexico undergrad chapterrights leader Ralph Abernathy and the late tennis legend Arthur Ashe are among
Historic black fraternity forms New Mexico undergrad chapter
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 33 minutes ago
rights leader Ralph Abernathy and the late tennis legend Arthur Ashe are among the fraternity's most notable members. Greg Davis, a graduate member who helped organized the undergraduate charter, says it took nearly six years to bring the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
What the coaches had to say on Saturdayafter copping a blow in the chest. Tom Cutler (dislocated shoulder) is expected
What the coaches had to say on Saturday
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
after copping a blow in the chest. Tom Cutler (dislocated shoulder) is expected to be out for six weeks. — Jay Clark and Greg Davis GEELONG 107 def PORT ADELAIDE 59 GEELONG coach Chris Scott says there was no spite in Saturday night’s match... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Suckling in doubt for top of table clashDogs after recovering from concussion last week. Lions forward Josh Green was
Suckling in doubt for top of table clash
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
Dogs after recovering from concussion last week. Lions forward Josh Green was sent to hospital for precautionary chest X-rays after copping a blow in the chest. Tom Cutler (dislocated shoulder) is expected to be out for six weeks. - with Greg D... Read more
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Herald Sun
What the coaches had to say on Saturdayafter copping a blow in the chest. Tom Cutler (dislocated shoulder) is expected
What the coaches had to say on Saturday
Herald Sun / Posted 11 days ago
after copping a blow in the chest. Tom Cutler (dislocated shoulder) is expected to be out for six weeks. — Jay Clark and Greg Davis GEELONG 107 def PORT ADELAIDE 59 GEELONG coach Chris Scott says there was no spite in Saturday night’s match... Read more
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Herald Sun
Suckling in doubt for top of table clashDogs after recovering from concussion last week. Lions forward Josh Green was
Suckling in doubt for top of table clash
Herald Sun / Posted 11 days ago
Dogs after recovering from concussion last week. Lions forward Josh Green was sent to hospital for precautionary chest X-rays after copping a blow in the chest. Tom Cutler (dislocated shoulder) is expected to be out for six weeks. - with Greg D... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Hawkeyes Looking For Bigger Role From Scheelnow and he has got himself into the mix where he can play a couple different po
Hawkeyes Looking For Bigger Role From Scheel
KWWL Iowa / Posted 12 days ago
now and he has got himself into the mix where he can play a couple different positions." Said offensive coordinator Greg Davis. "I think he's finally healthy for the first time and he's playing with some confidence." Scheel expects to see... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
director denies $185k fraudand a two-day judge-alone trial started in the Whangarei District Court yesterd
director denies $185k fraud
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
and a two-day judge-alone trial started in the Whangarei District Court yesterday. The Crown indicated to Judge Greg Davis it did not wish to proceed with two charges of obtaining by deception which were earlier laid. In court... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Current Drug Laws Support Racial Profiling: O’Sullivana criminal system - they got arrested, they got locked up in the Kaitaia Police
Current Drug Laws Support Racial Profiling: O’Sullivan
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 18 days ago
a criminal system - they got arrested, they got locked up in the Kaitaia Police Station overnight; they then fronted up to Greg Davis, the local judge, for the conviction or the charge of possession, possibly even with intent to supply because they... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
AFL Round 4 results: Winning and losing coaches have their say after Saturday’s Round 4 gamesin position to score having bought in to Leppitsch’s run-and-gun gameplan that
AFL Round 4 results: Winning and losing coaches have their say after Saturday’s Round 4 games
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
in position to score having bought in to Leppitsch’s run-and-gun gameplan that creates no shortage of shots at goal. - Greg Davis GOLD COAST defender Steven May has become the most notorious player in QClash history after knocking out Stef... Read more
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Herald Sun
Wrong team won the game: Clarkoin position to score having bought in to Leppitsch’s run-and-gun gameplan that
Wrong team won the game: Clarko
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
in position to score having bought in to Leppitsch’s run-and-gun gameplan that creates no shortage of shots at goal. - Greg Davis GOLD COAST defender Steven May has become the most notorious player in QClash history after knocking out Stef... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Wrong team won the game: Clarkoin position to score having bought in to Leppitsch’s run-and-gun gameplan that
Wrong team won the game: Clarko
Adelaide Now / Posted 18 days ago
in position to score having bought in to Leppitsch’s run-and-gun gameplan that creates no shortage of shots at goal. - Greg Davis GOLD COAST defender Steven May has become the most notorious player in QClash history after knocking out Stef... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Wrong team won the game: Clarkorun-and-gun gameplan that creates no shortage of shots at goal. In the end, th
Wrong team won the game: Clarko
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
run-and-gun gameplan that creates no shortage of shots at goal. In the end, the flood of footy and the commitment of Brisbane was too much for the disappointing Suns as the Lions kicked away to the delight of 20,041 spectators. ... Read more
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Perth Now
What the coaches said on Sundaya day’s less rest than the undefeated Suns who will start the battle for Sunshi
What the coaches said on Sunday
Perth Now / Posted 24 days ago
a day’s less rest than the undefeated Suns who will start the battle for Sunshine State bragging rights as red-hot favourites. Brisbane boarded a flight home at 11pm licking their wounds after being completely outclassed by the Cats. - Greg... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
AFL Round 3 results: What the coaches said on Sundaya day’s less rest than the undefeated Suns who will start the battle for Sunshi
AFL Round 3 results: What the coaches said on Sunday
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 24 days ago
a day’s less rest than the undefeated Suns who will start the battle for Sunshine State bragging rights as red-hot favourites. Brisbane boarded a flight home at 11pm licking their wounds after being completely outclassed by the Cats. - Greg... Read more
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Herald Sun
What the coaches said on Sundaya day’s less rest than the undefeated Suns who will start the battle for Sunshi
What the coaches said on Sunday
Herald Sun / Posted 24 days ago
a day’s less rest than the undefeated Suns who will start the battle for Sunshine State bragging rights as red-hot favourites. Brisbane boarded a flight home at 11pm licking their wounds after being completely outclassed by the Cats. - Greg... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Employee admits school theftout cheques to herself from a school bank account - and five are for theft by a
Employee admits school theft
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 27 days ago
out cheques to herself from a school bank account - and five are for theft by a person in a special relationship. Judge Greg Davis declined her application for name suppression but lawyer Casey Murray said her client would appeal that decision.... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Herald Sun Player of the Yearv PORT ADELAIDE (Scott Walsh) 3 Tom Lynch (Adel) 2 Eddie Betts (Adel) 1 Robb
Herald Sun Player of the Year
Adelaide Now / Posted 30 days ago
v PORT ADELAIDE (Scott Walsh) 3 Tom Lynch (Adel) 2 Eddie Betts (Adel) 1 Robbie Gray (Port) BRISBANE LIONS v NTH MELB (Greg Davis) 3 Jarrad Waite (NM) 2 Daniel Wells (NM) 1 Jack Ziebell (NM) W.BULLDOGS v ST KILDA (Jay Clark) 3 Lachie... Read more
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Herald Sun
Herald Sun Player of the Yearv PORT ADELAIDE (Scott Walsh) 3 Tom Lynch (Adel) 2 Eddie Betts (Adel) 1 Robb
Herald Sun Player of the Year
Herald Sun / Posted 30 days ago
v PORT ADELAIDE (Scott Walsh) 3 Tom Lynch (Adel) 2 Eddie Betts (Adel) 1 Robbie Gray (Port) BRISBANE LIONS v NTH MELB (Greg Davis) 3 Jarrad Waite (NM) 2 Daniel Wells (NM) 1 Jack Ziebell (NM) W.BULLDOGS v ST KILDA (Jay Clark) 3 Lachie... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Herald Sun Player of the Yearv PORT ADELAIDE (Scott Walsh) 3 Tom Lynch (Adel) 2 Eddie Betts (Adel) 1 Robb
Herald Sun Player of the Year
The Courier Mail / Posted 30 days ago
v PORT ADELAIDE (Scott Walsh) 3 Tom Lynch (Adel) 2 Eddie Betts (Adel) 1 Robbie Gray (Port) BRISBANE LIONS v NTH MELB (Greg Davis) 3 Jarrad Waite (NM) 2 Daniel Wells (NM) 1 Jack Ziebell (NM) W.BULLDOGS v ST KILDA (Jay Clark) 3 Lachie... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Dogs excited by Hawks challengetouches and two goals), Pearce Hanley (24 possessions) and Dayne Zorko (24 touc
Dogs excited by Hawks challenge
Adelaide Now / Posted 1 months ago
touches and two goals), Pearce Hanley (24 possessions) and Dayne Zorko (24 touches and two goals) were Brisbane’s best. — Greg Davis NORTH Melbourne coach Brad Scott was reluctant to “individualise’’ after the tradesman-like 34-point win over a... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Paul Roos Melbourne players were big-headed in loss to Essendon, what the coaches saidtouches and two goals), Pearce Hanley (24 possessions) and Dayne Zorko (24 touc
Paul Roos Melbourne players were big-headed in loss to Essendon, what the coaches said
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 1 months ago
touches and two goals), Pearce Hanley (24 possessions) and Dayne Zorko (24 touches and two goals) were Brisbane’s best. — Greg Davis NORTH Melbourne coach Brad Scott was reluctant to “individualise’’ after the tradesman-like 34-point win over a... Read more
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Herald Sun
Roos savages ‘big-headed’ Demonstouches and two goals), Pearce Hanley (24 possessions) and Dayne Zorko (24 touc
Roos savages ‘big-headed’ Demons
Herald Sun / Posted 1 months ago
touches and two goals), Pearce Hanley (24 possessions) and Dayne Zorko (24 touches and two goals) were Brisbane’s best. — Greg Davis NORTH Melbourne coach Brad Scott was reluctant to “individualise’’ after the tradesman-like 34-point win over a... Read more
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