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  • adj. ghostly

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  • Soccer provides broad-spectred health and fitness effects that are at least as pronounced as for running, and in some cases even better.

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  • Project Leader and Associate Professor at the University of Copenhagen Peter Krustrup recaps the results: "Our research shows that soccer is a versatile and intense form of exercise that provides a positive effect on cardiovascular risk factors in a large group of untrained adult men and women," and continues: "Based on the results, soccer can be recommended as part of the treatment for high blood pressure and as broad-spectred prevention of cardiovascular diseases."

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  • This spectred isle ... the spookiest spots in Britain revealed

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  • A dystopian nightmare populated by the “spectred [sic] dead” (4.3.94) replaces her utopian fantasy of rural prosperity and peace (2.1.24 – 39), and her increasingly necrophiliac imagination creates a Gothic world that conflates hell and heaven: “the damn’d and holy,/The living and the dead, together are/In horrid neighbourship” (5.2.208 – 210).

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