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George still dark, all the tussle and the misery without a word from him.
A light burnt low on the landing, and by it I could see Mackenzie swaying and staggering in a silent tussle with some powerful adversary.
I came upon it from a tussle with the sea-- and I was young--and I saw it looking at me.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 3 (ANI): A meeting of senior Congress leaders from Jharkhand was held on Saturday at the party headquarters here to discuss the upcoming Assembly elections and the tussle over leadership in the state unit.
Mr Raab also urged Western allies not to engage in a a 'geopolitical EU versus US tussle' over plans for competing naval missions in the Persian Gulf to protect shipping.
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It's fair to say this is not the first relegation tussle I've seen THAT 1-0 defeat at the UCD Bowl was hard to witness last Friday night.
The initial demolition came about after a tussle between Nderitu and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, where Sonko accused him of attempting to grab a piece of land in Buruburu estate.
Naib Emir Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) and central leader of Ulema Council Allama Farhat Jawadi said Al-Quds was not a political tussle or a border issue but a matter of faith for the Muslims as it was the first Qibla of Islam.
Facing Will after following him to Woodbine, the pair get into a tussle and Dawn ends up hitting her head hard on a table.