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  • "It's like that deleted scene in 'Pulp Fiction,'" said Chrissie Miller, the designer of the fashion label Sophomore.

    Taking Indie Music to the Hamptons

  • To prove it wasn't a fluke, he demolished the so-called Sophomore jinx to repeat as AL batting champion.

    Let Freedom Ring

  • In medical circles this is a form of what we call 'Sophomore's Syndrome.'

    Highways in Hiding

  • So in order to prevent 'Sophomore's Syndrome' among visitors we usually let them study the real thing.

    Highways in Hiding

  • The 30-year-old fame-broker was referring to herself and fellow Anchor investor Chrissie Miller, whose line of clothing, called Sophomore, is sold in Bloomingdale’s and Henri Bendel.

    Hoist One In Soho!

  • MacPhail on realistic expectations for Matusz, Tillman and Bergeson in 2010: "In our business, they've got this thing called the Sophomore Slump.

    Sports News :

  • Sophomore Erick Green made just 3 of his 15 shots during Tuesday night's loss at Georgia Tech, so as soon as he finished class Wednesday, he made his way to Virginia Tech's practice facility on campus around lunchtime.

    Delaney, Green hope for bounce back performances vs. Miami

  • Sophomore C Michael Dunigan, perhaps the highest-rated big man ever to come to Eugene, has been something of a bust so far.

    Oregon - Team Notes

  • Sophomore F Jeremy Jacob was a pleasant surprise, emerging as a productive starter, and sophomore transfer Malcolm Armstead became a fixture at point guard.

    Oregon - Team Notes

  • Sophomore defensive end Isaiah Ross (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) and freshman cornerback Jeremiah Johnson (Suitland) also helped sell Hendy on staying with Maryland.

    Bowie CB A.J. Hendy elects to stick with Maryland


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