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The man's shoes were lying on the ground away from his body while there was a plastic bag with bananas and two half-eaten ones near a tree that shaded the body.
The league leaders remain unbeaten but the healthy cushion at the top has been ground away after successive goalless draws at sixth-placed Ryhope and at home to fourth-placed Jarrow.
Old Trafford is my favourite ground away from home," Arteta told evertonTV.
Winning rider Ryan Moore added of the 9-2 favourite: "He's travelled a lot better than I thought he would and when he's knuckled down he's just ground away at the other horse.
As one layer is ground away, a new abrasive-impregnated layer is revealed.
The aircraft, a replica of the Spirit of St Louis in which Charles Lindbergh made the first flight from New York toParis in 1927,hit the ground away from the crowd and none of the spectators was injured.
The Bairns have been denied promotion to the top flight by SPL rules dictating clubs must have 10,000-all seater stadia and the push for a ground away from Brockville has been cursed with a series of setbacks.
We have attempted to wrestle the high ground away from the conservative wing and to ask Americans to rethink their assumptions about right and wrong.
After prying it out with chisels, Whistler's crew will take the hardened ``cocoon'' of plaster back to the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum, where the rock will be ground away from beneath the embedded tusk with air-driven chisels, a process that takes a couple of months.
Taking care not to damage the eggs themselves, the researchers speared the zona with a microneedle and mechanically ground away a portion of the zona shell.
Never stay inside a mobile home or take shelter beneath one; go to the nearest shelter or take cover in a ditch or depression in the ground away from the home.
If the names of my family had been ground away before it was reused, it would have been a bit better.