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“Competes in triathlons and has a fifth-degree black belt in jujitsu.”
“MINNEAPOLIS -- Police say Minnesota Vikings cornerback Benny Sapp has been cited for fifth-degree assault and careless driving, both misdemeanors, after a run-in with security at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis.”
“A fifth-degree black belt karate instructor and an accomplished jazz saxophonist, he had, in 1984, become the second African American astronaut to orbit Earth on shuttle mission STS-41B as a mission specialist.”
“Thirty-nine-year-old Shelly Koontz was arrested Thursday night on a fifth-degree theft charge.”
“Lying on the forms is a fifth-degree felony punishable by six to 12 months in jail and a $2,500 fine.”
“Scott Edward Wagar faces charges of fifth-degree assault ....”
“According to Ohio law, 2907.323 (A) (3) states anyone possessing material that shows a minor in a state of nudity is guilty of a fifth-degree felony.”
“While this all makes for great talk radio and sounds like fun, there is one catch: What Limbaugh encouraged Republican voters to do in Ohio was a fifth-degree felony in that state, punishable with a $2,500 fine and six to 12 months in jail.”
“Wes had a fifth-degree black belt in karate but no wrestling experience.”
“Anderson, an intense fifth-degree blackbelt in tae kwon do and respected researcher in the field of genetics, wanted to show that he could treat genetic diseases caused by faulty copies of genes by inserting new, working copies of the same gene.”
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