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“Prince William is on a six-week deployment as an RAF search-and-rescue helicopter pilot in the South Atlantic.”
“The statement from the Argentine foreign ministry, entitled Argentina, a country with good people, was the strongest reaction yet to William's six-week deployment as an RAF search-and-rescue helicopter pilot in the South Atlantic.”
“Jones's early departure at Craven Cottage, after taking an elbow in the face in an aerial challenge with Clint Dempsey, had led to fears he might face a six-week lay-off but the club's initial diagnosis is that he suffered only bruising and minor concussion.”
“The Ministry of Defence said William's six-week posting to the remote outcrop, which Buenos Aires calls Las Malvinas, was part of a "routine operational deployment".”
“In return Tevez will almost certainly drop his appeal to the Premier League against a six-week, £1.2m, club fine.”
“He was convicted in July after a six-week trial of grand larceny in the first degree, scheme to defraud in the first degree, violations of New York's Martin Act and other charges.”
“A broadly firmer dollar recovered nearly two cents from Friday's six-week low against the euro.”
“Esposito survived, cured after a single, six-week cycle of chemotherapy — a recovery that, she says, stunned her doctors and convinced her that the World War II-era pope had intervened with God to save her.”
“Esposito, who still keeps the same dog-eared photocopy of Pius in her book of prayers, says she and her doctors were stunned when her PET scan, which detects lingering traces of cancer, came out clean after her six-week chemo cycle at the Umberto I hospital in the southern city of Nocera, near Salerno.”
“The television show Extreme Makeover was a hit and a pioneer in reality TV that premiered in 2002 and featured individuals who were transformed over a six-week period through diet, exercise and plastic surgery.”
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