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They had plenty of possession and caused the Leigh defence plenty of problems.
Dozens of serious historians have already pointed out that Hitler had plenty of openly gay friends and allies, especially in the early part of his career.
The second technology transferred is an exclusive license to a patent pending method developed by Plenty Energy, Inc.
A (MSC) declares the establishment of a Rena Recovery Fund to distribute the million-dollar donation promised to the people of the Bay of Plenty.
HENRY Cecil gained a timely first winner of the season on the eve of the Craven meeting when Born Tobouggie showed plenty of spirit to land division one of the Showsec Maiden Stakes at Nottingham yesterday.
Well-regarded by Nicky Henderson and has done plenty right this season with a win and a second.
We warn the students to drink plenty of fluids because they sweat profusely.
Paul Tracy and his staff still see plenty of opportunities in individual sectors and stocks.
Here, mother and daughter have four strong legs to carry them, and plenty of time to dispel the stereotypes and misconceptions about having a disability.
With seven finals and three open races on offer, there is certain to be plenty of top class action, writes Michael Fortune.
CHICAGO -- Paul Tracy, editor of the StreetAuthority Market Advisor newsletter, says the satellite radio industry has plenty of room to grow.
In four seasons with the New York Jets, Jordan showed plenty of sizzle even if there was only a small stake for him in an offense centered around workhorse tailback Curtis Martin.