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“In the article, he calls four-time series champion Jeff Gordon -- a married father of two -- to come out and party in New York City and complains that Gordon is no longer fun.”
“The Connecticut guard is a three-time Wade Trophy winner, four-time All-American and now the fourth top pick out of Connecticut joining Tina Charles, Diana Taurasi and Sue Bird.”
“He stunned four-time defending champion Nadal in the fourth round at Roland Garros.”
“Federer owed Soderling a thank-you for easing his path by upsetting four-time defending champion Rafael Nadal in the fourth round last Sunday.”
“Brees, embraced as an adopted son of New Orleans, will face New Orleans native and four-time league MVP Peyton Manning in a Super Bowl XLIV showdown in two weeks.”
“•Dwight Freeney: four-time Pro Bowl selection, 82 sacks, led the league in sacks with 16 in 2004, 36 forced fumbles.”
“•Julius Peppers, the league's highest-paid player in 2009 with a $16.7 million salary, 80 sacks, 30 forced fumbles, five interceptions, eight blocked kicks, four-time Pro Bowler, 2002 defensive player of the year.”
“Placing second after Mr. Collins 1:48.11 was four-time winner Greg Bennett of Boulder, Colo.”
“He is the four-time winnerof the Bram Stoker Award for his fiction and Stephen King has called him “the scariest guy in America.””
“Despite not playing for 143 days since winning the Australian Masters in November, the four-time Masters champion made two eagles in a round for the first time in 59 rounds here and made just three bogeys.”
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