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Aa LIVERPOOL are not going to give up in their chase for Gareth Barry - the Reds are set to launch yet another bid (anyone been able to keep count how many knockbacks they've had yet?
But we're going to bring Porky into play again this season and this time we're going to keep count and name Backworth's Queen of the Sand 2007.
The sensors also keep count automatically on the LCD scoreboard.
The deal is the goal, and the money is the way to keep count of their goal," said one of the investment bankers.
The sensor's output can be used with most counters or totalizers to keep count of the containers.
The city's Health Department does not keep count of the rat population but some estimates put the number at six rats for every city resident.
It is important to keep count of their pitches in the bullpen and to assess their effort level, even if they are not scheduled to throw that day.
Nevertheless, new recycling ventures are springing up so fast, especially in HDPE and commingled resins, that it's hard to keep count.
SAS(R) data warehousing and mining help federal agency keep count
As for Pellegrini's maths, well it has got to be hard to keep up at City right now - I am sure Hugo Lloris and Wojciech Szczesny were also struggling to keep count as they developed backache picking the ball out of the net at Eastlands.