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“An ex car racer isframed for the murder of his wife, then is thrownin jail to participate in theDeath Race; A seriesof violent racesby the inmates of a prison for public entertainment.”
“I wish I could be an actress in you seriesof True Blood.”
“Net article receiving lots of comments, nearly all predictably of the "shut up, I'm right" and "don't make trouble where there is one" and "you're an idiot and WikiChix suck" variety, this chirrupy commentary concluded thatthe blogosphere was notprimarily male dominated based on a seriesof scientifically-conductedcounts of blogs, topics and genders of contributors.”
“Their entrepreneurial creativity produced a seriesof technological revolutions that were reshaping the world.”
“Author of a ten-part seriesof articles in the National Post showing some weaknesses in the case for anthroprogenic global warming, later published in book for as The Deniers.”
“Of course, the papers from the US vet showing the initial shots in the seriesof shots to come worked just fine.”
“The Liverpool boss has come under criticism for the Reds 'poor campaignwhich saw them ruled out of the title race early on following a seriesof damaging results.”
“Wigan midfielder McCarthy, 19, received his first call after a seriesof promising performances for the Latics, who he joined from Hamiltonlast summer.”
“It took a while but keeping faith in George Burley paid it'srewards after promotion back to the big time in 2000, following a seriesof heartbreak play-off defeats.”
“There was no claim of responsibility for the latest major attacks in Baghdad - about six weeks after a seriesof blasts killed 127 and brought outcry against Iraq's government for repeated security lapses as U.S. troops withdraw.”
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