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“Four goals, four assists, the first eight-point NHL game for a player in 24 years.”
“The Suns cashed those in for 21 points for an eight-point edge in the category.”
“But perhaps the Giants can better their odds of victory Green Bay opened as a eight-point favorites by continuing to throw haymakers.”
“Barack Obama carried independents by an eight-point margin in the 2008 exit poll—and Republicans carried them by a 19-point margin in the 2010 midterms.”
“Just when the Sixers started to rally again, Lewis grabbed a big offensive rebound and converted the layup to give the Magic back an eight-point lead with 28.8 remaining.”
“To do so, England would have to lose, while Wales hammers the French by 42 points in Paris—improbable, but Warren Gatland's team is capable of winning the game with an eight-point start, which is also a best-priced evens with Victor Chandler.”
“What was an 18-point lead with just less than three minutes to play was cut to an eight-point lead at the final whistle.”
“Jackson State missed 18 free throws in an eight-point game, while Grambling went 20-for-31 from the charity stripe.”
“-- G Lindsey Hughey continued his solid play down the stretch with an eight-point, six-rebound effort in 21 minutes against Cincinnati.”
“From Jan. 14 to Jan. 18, Mitt Romney's poll numbers rose in South Carolina, reaching an eight-point lead over Mr. Gingrich by the 18th.”
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