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Also narrowly missing out last night was The Carpenters Arms in Thirsk, which was in the running for Best Freehouse award.
Mr Hofer had been narrowly ahead of Mr Van der Bellen, a Greens politician running as an independent, after the counting of votes cast on Sunday.
Now, Rice, of The Ramparts, South Denton, has been banned from the roads and narrowly avoided a stint behind bars after pleading guilty to one count of dangerous driving at Newcastle Magistrates' Court.
Salter then narrowly won the fourth end 12-10 and progressed to the final by taking the decider but despite winning one game he lost out to Bowen.
A couple of race advantages, in favour of the visitors, put Swindon narrowly in front at the halfway stage.
Peterborough came out with renewed vigour in the second half but still found an opening goal elusive with sub Newell having a diving header saved by Johnson and McQuoid seeing a shot deflect narrowly wide.
In a highly charged atmosphere at the Bolshoy Ice Dome hockey arena, the USA narrowly overcame the hosts in a dramatic preliminary round encounter that went to eight ends after they could not be separated in 65 minutes of normal time and overtime.
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The Dons controlled a low-key first half but they struggled to create clear chances, with Jason Banton narrowly off-target with two longrange efforts.
Summary: A proposed resolution by Arab states criticising Israel's widely-rumoured atomic arsenal was narrowly defeated Friday .
Summary: Two men narrowly escaped drowning while another is still missing and presumed drowned after a beach trip turned tragic in Sharjah.
Summary: An infant narrowly escaped death Tuesday after the ceiling in his bedroom collapsed in the southern district of Tyre.