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Malik Hasan shone for the winning side with bowling figures of 4-30 and handy contribution of 27 with the bat as Shining Club got to their target in just 10 overs.
Shining Stars recommend NMG to friends, family, teachers, girl groups, libraries, and give memberships as gifts.
Last year one man was jailed for seven months and two others for five months after the trio admitted endangering the safety of the aircraft by acting in a manner likely to endanger aircraft by shining laser pens at East Midlands Airport.
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"The Shining," adapted into the famous film starring Jack Nicholson in 1980, told the story of Jack Torrance becoming haunted by evil spirits while employed as the Overlook's caretaker.
CCTV controllers said they had seen Griffiths shining a laser beam from the Prince Charles Road location and police were sent to arrest him.
TWO teenagers have become the first to be arrested under new laws in the Teesside area for shining lights at aircraft pilots.
Washington, December 29 (ANI): A new research has indicated that "night shining" clouds are getting brighter all over the world.
SIR MICHAEL STOUTE said yesterday that he has no plans to give Lincoln second favourite Lang Shining a prep run on the all-weather before the handicap at Doncaster on March 22, writes David Milnes.
While "The Kingdom of God is within you," we are momentarily on earth to predominantly see not just Christian individuals, but nations, shining forth to manifest, "Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom." As divine diplomats, our valid patriotism for the City of God should have a real and contagious effect on the cities we live in.
Gamma-ray bursts are the ideal tools to study the transition from a dark universe filled with neutral hydrogen atoms to a shining cosmos containing an abundance of ionized atoms, says Loeb.