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The debut lineup this year promises a compelling mix of the hottest trends and cutting-edge innovations driving today's resurgent automotive industry.
Ball impressed on his debut, starred in the final against West Germany and earned himself a pounds 110,000 move to Everton.
HEIKKI KOVALAINEN (Finland) Age: 25 Debut Melbourne 2007.
Middleweight champion Anderson Silva, who has taken the organization by storm since his debut last summer, forced Travis Lutter to tap out at the 2:49 mark of the second round in a non-title fight.
Duncan Edwards (Debut v Cardiff, April 1953, aged 16): Edwards became the youngest player to appear in the First Division when he made his debut against Cardiff, aged only 16 years and 185 days.
A lifeline will be thrown to first-time buyers in Flintshire if housebuilder Redrow gets planning permission for its innovative new Debut product range at St David's Park, in Ewloe.
Also at HarperCollins/Amistad, Stacey Barney signed David Dante Troutt's fiction debut, Brownstone Queen, about the rise and fall of three members of a Harlem investment club who discover a game far more lucrative than the stock market.
Positive influence by peers predicted later sexual debut (defined as older than 14 years) with 100% accuracy.
1928: Agnes de Mille, 22, makes her New York recital debut; Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, 50, makes his Broadway debut.
Carlton Cole kicked his Premiership debut off in style on Saturday.
ITC recently announced a $20 million facilities upgrading as part of its massive "ITC 2000" initiative, which includes new selling opportunities, new space leasing initiatives, and the debut of the ITC interactive website on the Internet.
Debut Broadcasting[TM] generated net revenue of $726,438, an increase of $725,831 compared to net revenue of $607 for the quarter ended June 30, 2007.