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Aside from having the advantage of keeping the place cool in summer and warm in winter we found that the setup was attracting a local wildlife.
The mobile app allows easy access to latest updates, events, offers and links to the hotel's social media platform, in addition to having the advantage of getting the best available rates --all in the user's fingertips.
It's a different story all together for high-flying Liverpool St Helens, though, who, thanks to Widnes' win over Sale and resounding 25-6 victory over Altrincham Kersal, moved to the top of the pile in North One West, although no-one is getting too excited, as just three points separate LSH, Sale, Carlisle and Vale of Lune in a congested top four, with Vale having the advantage of a game in hand.
He also pointed out Bahrainis' culture, hospitality, millennia-old civilization and drive to reach out to other peoples, having the advantage of their country's geographic location.
Nuneaton Griff's internal cup demise to Feckenham was followed by a 2-1 home reversal to Earlswood despite having the advantage of an early Ashley Wilks goal.
A win likely means a grind-it-out 7-game series with the Sharks having the advantage at home for Game 3 and 4.
Despite having the advantage of a strong wind in the second half, The Martyrs made a couple of errors which led to Mele and Owen each scoring to put the game out of the visitors reach.
Teammanager Chris Mear has had to make changes tomorrow due to the unavailability of some players but still has a good looking 12 on duty, five of them having the advantage of playing over their home course.
Any one of Vaughn Ashdown, Wilf Walsh or Bob Scott - the latter two having the advantage of being current racehorse owners - would not need the money but might relish the challenge.
It's believed the Jambos boss (left) has been irked by opposing managers having the advantage of being able to speak to the stand-side linesman.
The deal entitles the bank to utilise the tower's 12 residential floors, Al Salam Bank-Bahrain executive vice-president and head of Middle East and North Africa Nabeel Al Tattan said, adding that the tower itself forms an Islamic architectural masterpiece providing the highest standards of hospitality and hotel services and is distinguished by having the advantage of overlooking the Holy Mosque.

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