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Again Gopperth spurned a kick at goal to find the corner and sustained pressure ended with Rob Vickers being driven over in the 62nd minute and Gopperth's conversion made it 23-7.
Amaneh Bahrami, whose face was badly scarred when a spurned lover threw acid at her, originally demanded her legal right to enforcement of Iran's qasas or eye-for-an-eye law, which in this case would mean that her attacker would be quite literally blinded.
Despite failing to hit top gear, the Saints paid for three spurned chances from Craig Jones in the second half.
Leon Osman also spurned three good chances and Tim Cahill put a header wide with the goal at his mercy as Everton failed to make the most of their dominance.
Shields spurned two chances to level the score, and paid the price when Medics added a second in the second period.
The present study aims to document, through a model on reactions of spurned helpers that we developed earlier (Cheuk & Rosen, 1992; Cheuk, Wong, & Rosen, 2000, 2003), how kindergarten teachers react to recurrent rejection of their offers of help by peers.
A PREGNANT woman is chained to a bed by her lover's spurned wife who says she is going to cut out her unborn baby.
An enthralling story about a schoonerman who spurned excessive changes in modern boats and defiantly remained passionate about the type of vessel he loved, until he was almost literally the last of his breed.
The owner of retail chains Argos and Homebase said it had spurned expressions of interest in both of its operating divisions.
GLASS maker Pilkington spurned the advances of its biggest shareholder for a second time yesterday by rejecting a new takeover proposal worth pounds 2.
A new study suggests that scientists can see those emotions reflected in brain images of lovers who were recently spurned.
In his Fragments d'un discours amoureux (A Lover's Discourse, 1977), Roland Barthes isolates the way in which this piercing sorrow greets the spurned subject most cruelly in the blurry, semiconscious moments when he or she is roused from sleep.