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“Uli Seit for The Wall Street Journal Andy Lavin, seen here in his office with employee Shannon Thornton, says markets have him 'unnerved.”
“It is what happened to Uli Futschik three years ago, long before she joined Ramirez's skating team and long before she had earned the scrapes on her shins.”
“How can a show that gave us Christian Siranio, Chloe, Korto, Michael Knight, Laura, Uli, and Jeffrey become the laughing stock that it is now?”
“The keeper in question – Uli Stein – was then sent home from Mexico after ridiculing the coach, Franz Beckenbauer, as "a clown bathing in his soup".”
“Katseli also said she would listen to Papandreou's speech tonight before deciding whether to back him.5.14pm: Before things get too heated in Greece, let's post this jolly tale from David Gow:The "live ticker" on spiegel.de has made a wonderful contribution to German-Hellenic understanding by quoting at length Uli Hoeness - remember him England?”
“While the club's president Uli Hoeness called the decision to arrest the 21-year-old "out of proportion", "very dubious" and "inhuman", the coach Jupp Heynckes said the incident coincided with the player being told that he needs a new operation on his injured knee.”
“Uli Hoeness, a World Cup winner with West Germany in 1974, now splits his time between running Bayern Munich and running one of Germany's biggest sausage companies.”
“Uli Seit for The Wall Street Journal Though no longer in use, the West Wide Tennis Club's stadium proved to have strong sentimental value.”
“Uli Seit for the Wall Street Journal The Forest Hills tennis stadium, right, has fallen into disrepair over the years since it last hosted the U.S. Open in the late 1970s.”
“Similar things were said about Steven Soderbergh's two-part Che biopic, or Uli Edel's recent Baader-Meinhof Complex, or of the current spate of movies nostalgically recalling the heyday of 1970s terrorist chic.”
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