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  • In that electrifying moment of confrontation, Barack Obama demonstrated how hecan deflect a low political blow into the high road of common goalsand not only won the debate but genuinely won Hillary's respect, whose ending tribute to Obama was obviously heartfelt "Youknow, no matter what happens in this contest, I am honored, Iamhonored to be here with Barack Obama," Clinton said.

    OBAMA GRACIOUSLY DEFLECTS CLINTON AND WINS DEBATE

  • Dyer straits Five starts no goalsand Kieron Dyer will cost West Ham 30million quid

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  • That they fought back to finish with eight goalsand won the final term with four goals to two, was too little too late.

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  • The Dutch winger helped Boro to the first major trophy in the club'shistory with their League Cup victory over Bolton in Cardiff and, thefollowing season, he played 36 of 38 League games, scoring five goalsand winning the Boro fans '2005 Player of the Year award.

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  • We have had to contend with a fair bit injuries, own goalsand the beach ball at Sunderland but we can't look for excuses.

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  • Describe the company's communication goalsand benefits that may be derived from social networking.

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  • I strongly believe that human effort alone cannot translate our goalsand aspirations into concrete realities ", Jonathan stated.

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