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Herald.ie
Connolly in line for 'special treatment'to be said for pulling his tail and seeing if he'll hiss back at you", a remark
Herald.ie / Posted yesterday
to be said for pulling his tail and seeing if he'll hiss back at you", a remark which drew a response from Dublin CEO John Costello, who branded the comments "mean-spirited", adding "the choice of language was somewhat inflammatory." Mulligan... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Laverne Cox Speaks Out for Transgender Rights at Beautyconmoments, the 45-year-old said frankly, "Well, it takes a village for me," admit
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
moments, the 45-year-old said frankly, "Well, it takes a village for me," admitting she relies on hair stylist Ursula Stephen, makeup artist Deja Smith and fashion stylist Christina Pacelli. Then she listed, in a snap, the 2016 Billboard... Read more
11d
The Border Mail
Flashback Friday | Ballarat social snaps from February, 2009Libbis, Travis Gaylor (Learning and Development co-ord). Opening of the 2009 E
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Libbis, Travis Gaylor (Learning and Development co-ord). Opening of the 2009 Education Year at the Ballarat Town Hall: Stephen Hill, Chris Caldow. Opening of the 2009 Education Year at the Ballarat Town Hall: Mark Waddington, Eric McLeod, Meg... Read more
11d
Baltimore Sun
Sagamore: Port Covington pushing ahead despite Under Armour slowdownUnder Armour’s current problems aren’t likely to hurt the project. “The long-t
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 days ago
Under Armour’s current problems aren’t likely to hurt the project. “The long-term projection is they they will grow,” said Stephen J.K. Walters, an economics professor at Loyola University Maryland. “They’re going to have to get bigger to compete... Read more
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The Border Mail
Footy teams | O&M, Hume and Tallangatta leaguesShaun Flanigan, Brett Doswell, Joshua Hicks HF: Thomas Anson, Jackson Heagney-
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Shaun Flanigan, Brett Doswell, Joshua Hicks HF: Thomas Anson, Jackson Heagney-Steart, Dylan Beattie F: Nicholas Beattie, Stephen Murray, Isaac Wallace R: Matt Seiter, Jarrod Hodgkin, Zak Collins Int: Bob Russell, Thomas Bowring, Mason... Read more
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Weekly Times
Goyder goes to groundof fresh produce, was also a turning point in the parent company’s direction.
Weekly Times / Posted 13 days ago
of fresh produce, was also a turning point in the parent company’s direction. Australian Shareholders Association director Stephen Mayne says the Coles purchase was contentious because in 2008 and 2009 Wesfarmers was forced to raise about $7... Read more
15d
KESQ Palm Springs
Celebrities with August birthdays(1973), Marlee Matlin (1965), Reggie Miller (1965), Craig Kilborn (1962), Cal R
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 15 days ago
(1973), Marlee Matlin (1965), Reggie Miller (1965), Craig Kilborn (1962), Cal Ripken Jr. (1960), Steve Guttenberg (1958), Stephen Fry (1957), Anne Archer (1947) and Vince McMahon (1945) [ + - ] August 25: Alexander Skarsgard (1976) Others:... Read more
18d
GAA Football & Hurling
MFC quarter- Pierson's goal sends Breffni County on the road to Crokergloss to their victory. The Tribesmen shaded the opening period on a scoreline
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 18 days ago
gloss to their victory. The Tribesmen shaded the opening period on a scoreline of 0-6 to 0-5 after full-forward Padraic Costello brought the first-half scoring to a close via a free kick. Stephen Joyce's side then enjoyed a bright opening to... Read more
20d
GAA Football & Hurling
Tribe minors make three changesTeam news: 03 August 2017 Galway minor football boss Stephen Joyce has made th
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 20 days ago
Team news: 03 August 2017 Galway minor football boss Stephen Joyce has made three changes in personnel for Saturday’s All-Ireland quarter-final against Cavan in Carrick-on-Shannon. Colin Murray comes in at left... Read more
21d
CBS Baltimore
2017 Pac-12 Football Preview: North Divisionfollowing last year’s pasting in Seattle. Contenders Quarterback Jake Brownin
CBS Baltimore / Posted 21 days ago
following last year’s pasting in Seattle. Contenders Quarterback Jake Browning #3 of the Washington Huskies. Credit: Stephen Brashear/Getty Images Washington Huskies The Huskies were tabbed by many before the season as a dark horse to make... Read more
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21d
CBS Denver
2017 Pac-12 Football Preview: North Divisionfollowing last year’s pasting in Seattle. Contenders Quarterback Jake Brownin
CBS Denver / Posted 21 days ago
following last year’s pasting in Seattle. Contenders Quarterback Jake Browning #3 of the Washington Huskies. Credit: Stephen Brashear/Getty Images Washington Huskies The Huskies were tabbed by many before the season as a dark horse to make... Read more
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21d
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
2017 Pac-12 Football Preview: North Divisionfollowing last year’s pasting in Seattle. Contenders Quarterback Jake Brownin
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 21 days ago
following last year’s pasting in Seattle. Contenders Quarterback Jake Browning #3 of the Washington Huskies. Credit: Stephen Brashear/Getty Images Washington Huskies The Huskies were tabbed by many before the season as a dark horse to make... Read more
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21d
Boulder Daily Camera
Colorado Shakespeare's 'Rosencrantz' offers insights into timeless tragedylaughs while posing a bevy of questions about life's most puzzling and profound
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 21 days ago
laughs while posing a bevy of questions about life's most puzzling and profound aspects. Scenic and lighting designer Stephen C. Jones alters his stage design for Hamlet slightly, but effectively enough to offer a behind-the-scenes feel.... Read more
21d
The Hill
The Hill's Whip List: Trade bill picks up momentumopportunity for all Americans.” Rep. Tom Cole (Okla.) Rep. Barbara Comstock (
The Hill / Posted 21 days ago
opportunity for all Americans.” Rep. Tom Cole (Okla.) Rep. Barbara Comstock (Va.) Rep. Mike Conaway (Texas) Rep. Ryan Costello (Pa.) Rep. Kevin Cramer (N.D.) Rep. Ander Crenshaw (Fla.) Rep. Carlos Curbelo (Fla.) — “It is my hope Congress... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Celebrities with August birthdays(1973), Marlee Matlin (1965), Reggie Miller (1965), Craig Kilborn (1962), Cal R
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 22 days ago
(1973), Marlee Matlin (1965), Reggie Miller (1965), Craig Kilborn (1962), Cal Ripken Jr. (1960), Steve Guttenberg (1958), Stephen Fry (1957), Anne Archer (1947) and Vince McMahon (1945) [ + - ] August 25: Alexander Skarsgard (1976) Others:... Read more
22d
News 8000
Celebrities with August birthdays(1973), Marlee Matlin (1965), Reggie Miller (1965), Craig Kilborn (1962), Cal R
News 8000 / Posted 22 days ago
(1973), Marlee Matlin (1965), Reggie Miller (1965), Craig Kilborn (1962), Cal Ripken Jr. (1960), Steve Guttenberg (1958), Stephen Fry (1957), Anne Archer (1947) and Vince McMahon (1945) [ + - ] August 25: Alexander Skarsgard (1976) Others:... Read more
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The North West Star
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
Daily Liberal
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
The Border Mail
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
The Border Mail / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
Illawarra Mercury
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
The Courier
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
The Courier / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
Northern Daily Leader
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
The Young Witness
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
The Young Witness / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
Western Advocate
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
Kiama Independent
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
Kiama Independent / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
Manning River Times
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
Manning River Times / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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25d
Goondiwindi Argus
AFL teams cashing in on club-owned poker machinesReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 25 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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26d
Canberra Times
Hawthorn's $23 million haul wins pokies premiershipReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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26d
Brisbane Times
Hawthorn's $23 million haul wins pokies premiershipReform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any
Brisbane Times / Posted 26 days ago
Reform said Australians were still gambling away more money per capita than any other country. The alliance's director Tim Costello said it was "wrong" that gamblers at Hawthorn's West Waters Hotel lost $12.43 million on pokies last year to sustain... Read more
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26d
The Border Mail
Football team selectionsAnson, Jackson Russell, Ryan Pendlebury C: Shaun Flanigan, Jarrod Hodgkin, Bob
The Border Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Anson, Jackson Russell, Ryan Pendlebury C: Shaun Flanigan, Jarrod Hodgkin, Bob Russell HF: Daniel Wortmann, Cody Hewat, Stephen Murray F: Thomas Bowring, Nicholas Beattie, Hamish Hallahan R: Matt Seiter, Brett Doswell, Trent Williamson Int:... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Property Transfers in Whiteside and Lee Counties: July 22, 2017parcel, $2,000. • Craig E. and Phyllis A. Graham to Penny F. Papineau, 1100 Ma
SaukValley.com / Posted 1 months ago
parcel, $2,000. • Craig E. and Phyllis A. Graham to Penny F. Papineau, 1100 Main St., Erie, $42,000. • Mary Lyons, aka Costello, to Timothy Alan and Jessie M. Houzenga, 15800 Patch Road, Morrison, $125,000. • Kevin L. and Kathleen M. Deluca... Read more
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Evening Standard
The upstairs room by Kate Murray-BrowneGrave New World by Stephen D King - review 1/17 A Life in Questions by Jeremy
Evening Standard / Posted 1 months ago
Grave New World by Stephen D King - review 1/17 A Life in Questions by Jeremy Paxman 2/17 Politics: Between: The Extremes by Nick Clegg 4/17 The Last Royal Rebel: The Life and Death of James, Duke of Monmouth by Anna Keay 5/17 Man Up: Boys, Men... Read more
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The Border Mail
All the footy teams: O&M, Hume and Tallangatta leaguesShaun Flanigan, Brett Doswell, Cody Hewat HF: Thomas Anson, Mckye Turner, Nich
The Border Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Shaun Flanigan, Brett Doswell, Cody Hewat HF: Thomas Anson, Mckye Turner, Nicholas English F: Nicholas Beattie, Stephen Murray, Hamish Hallahan R: Matt Seiter, Jarrod Hodgkin, Thomas Bowring Int: Bob Russell, Ryan Pendlebury, Joshua... Read more
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