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BEIRUT: Nejmeh earned a hard-fought 1-1 draw away to fellow league leaders Ahed Saturday, with both teams remaining at the summit of the standings after three rounds in the Lebanese Football League.
George Friend's equaliser deep into injury-time earned Doncaster a 2-2 draw away to Watford.
Lyon recorded a 0-0 draw away to Roma with English referee Mike Riley showing a massive 11 yellow cards.
Shrewsbury boss Gary Peters said his players were sad not to be going home with three points: "It's a good sign when the boys are devastated to draw away from home.
Health care district officials fear a private hospital in Palmdale will draw away patients with health insurance and leave Antelope Valley Hospital with a higher proportion of indigent patients.
With Italy and Scotland both without a game in Group Five last night, second-placed Norway had to settle for a disappointing goalless draw away to Moldova while Slovenia were held 1-1 at home to Belarus.
THE 'big uns' of the Premier entered the Senior Cup and Cambridge United had the hardest draw away at B.
If closeness is forced, the instinctive reaction is to draw away, a reaction that we surely would not want from a student.
Olton, last year's runners-up, are draw away to Harleston Magpies or Canterbury in the quarter-finals of the Women's Cup on February 23.
Kilgore will use the software to trim manufacturing costs through the reduction of rejected material during production and to improve reliability of its flares, which are designed to draw away heat-seeking missiles by mimicking the infrared engine signature of the aircraft from which they are deployed.