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  • The Croatian striker once missed the start of Hajduk Split's season when he managed to stick his boarding pass in his eye in an airport.

    The Knowledge | The strangest excuses to miss pre-season | Jacob Steinberg

  • After all, the former Croatia striker Milan Rapaic once missed the start of Hajduk Split's season after poking himself in the eye with his boarding pass at an airport.

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  • OVERVIEW: Ukic began playing with KK Split's senior team during the 2000-01 season and has improved his numbers with each campaign.

  • Sissy was the last, and Cody, by way of flourish to mark the conclusion of his labors, lifted Split's little sister, train and all, as he caught her, with a whoop of satisfaction.

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  • The sharpness of sound when it did come, the strangeness of suppressed excitement, the unfamiliar place with Split's quick figure missing, the loneliness of being without her, the boredom of lacking a playmate or a fighting-mate -- it all affected Sissy as the prelude of a drama the end of which has something terrifyingly fascinating in it.

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  • Sixth, a fiery attack from Sissy on Split's lucky taw.

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  • His was rich, strong laughter, and men who heard it on C Street (they had reached the main thoroughfare now, so fleet were these kingly horses of Split's father) knew it -- and knew, too, what poor, mean thoughts lay behind it.

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  • A feeling of utter loneliness came over Split's faithful ally.

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  • She had a way of becoming adamant on rare occasions that really struck terror to Split's facile soul, which resented a grudge promptly and as promptly forgot all about it.

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  • Manette, a favorite heroine of Split's that Sissy had read about and told her of.

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