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No hard feelings I'm a better soldier than a politician.
Yet Harry has no hard feelings even though she broke his heart in two, but the last he'd heard of Sally she'd dumped the Scouser for a fan of Crewe
so there's no hard feelings about whatever," Blanc said of Silva, Brazil's captain, and Luiz.
Washington, May 30 ( ANI ): Social networking giant Facebook's co-founder Eduardo Saverin has said that he has no hard feelings towards Mark Zuckerberg on being forced out of the company.
but there's clearly no hard feelings between Liverpool's two goalies, Pepe Reina and Brad Jones.
He told the Chronicle: "I think I'll be off at the end of the season, but there are no hard feelings.
However, he showed there was no hard feelings by not only selecting the Arsenal winger in his squad for the Euro 2012 qualifiers, but naming him in the starting line-up in the 3-0 win in Bulgaria.
Summary: They may have fought over the right to the same name, but M Night Shyamalan insists he has no hard feelings towards James Cameron.
There are certainly no hard feelings towards the club over this, and I can now see why there's probably no room for me.
Younus, who has finally struck some form with the bat while playing for Surrey in England, also said that he bore no hard feelings towards any of his teammates.
DEFENDER Mike Williams, whose 13-year association with Wrexham came to an end this week, says he will be leaving with no hard feelings and nothing but happy memories of his marathon spell with the Blue Square Premier club.
CDATA[ Prime Minister will shelve any hard feelings he has after his last visit to Washington, and take part on US-sponsored world nuclear summit.