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I WOULD like to ask why The Sun newspaper is giving a voice to Tony Blair, the man who messed up the United Kingdom and who is now back trying to give an encore by urging other MPs to scupper Prime Minister Theresa May's final Brexit deal.
Irene, row above, Long, hot summers can also encourage tulips to give an encore.
Long, hot summers can encourage tulips to give an encore the next year
It made me believe that I can give an encore at the Olympics next year.
Sayers give an encore Mother and daughter Dianne and Emma Sayer teamed up to land the lady riders' handicap hurdle for the second year running when Endeavor overcame the attentions of both a loose horse and persistent runner-up Gud Day to oblige.
SIMON Cox ended last season with Giovanni Trapattoni shouting "Bravo" at him, but he wants to give an encore for the operaloving Italian - as well as club boss Roy Hodgson.
BOSTON - Jonathan Papelbon stole the show at a pre-playoffs rally yesterday, telling Red Sox fans that he'll give an encore performance of his celebration dance if the team wins it all.
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Lambert expects the severity of the occasion to preclude any need for him to give an encore of the performance which bullied a draw out of players stunned and petrified by being two goals down by the interval in Toftir.
Bees and butterflies love lupins, so they are good for the wildlifefriendly garden and if you cut down spent flower spikes after flowering, they will often give an encore, albeit of smaller flowers.
If Kareem can give an encore against Josimar and Rafique then the Kolkata outfit might find the going tough.