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“Bosh's 16-footer jumper rattled in with 39.6 seconds left to push the Heat to an 88-86 victory here at American Airlines Center and secure a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.”
“Tino was good with cars, had a genius-level reflex time, while Rat had that hand-eye thing in spades, which meant if he saw it, he put lead in it, fast.”
“Kirby has also taken the lead in spreading misinformation about the Vaccine Court case of a girl named Hannah Poling.”
“On September 22, the Sox lost to Toronto, 5–4, when Butch Hobson made his 43rd error of the season and Andy Hassler gave up a 4–3 lead in the bottom of the ninth.”
“After the Mets then scored a run off reliever and former Met Calvin Schraldi to tie the score 3–3, the game went to extra innings, where the Red Sox took a 5–3 lead in the top of the 10th on a solo home run by Dave Henderson, a double by Wade Boggs, and an RBI single by second baseman Marty Barrett.”
“As you continue your practice of yoga and Nabhi Pose, allow your baby to take the lead in circling his arms, gradually giving him more and more independence.”
“Mrs. Marcinkiewicz, who sang lead in the choir and had a big scarf wrapped around her important neck to keep it warm lest she catch something with the sunrise service only hours away.”
“If Merban wanted to lead in the countertrade field, it had to make the right decision about how to position itself in Indonesia.”
“After a dreadful group stage, England beat Belgium with David Platt's goal with the last kick of the game in the second round and generously allowed Cameroon to take the lead in the quarter final with under half an hour left before finishing them off in injury time.”
“The state of Mexico elections will serve as a run-up to next year's presidential election in which the PRI's presumed candidate Enrique Peña Nieto, the current governor of the state, also holds a wide lead in the polls over potential rivals.”
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