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“The British tennis-playing sisters Marley and Lea Manga, who have accepted a scholarship for a tennis centre in France.”
“Cate and her male partner were prominently featured in a tennis magazine, and she sent the clipping to the therapist who had smugly told her that a minor back injury was the end of the line for her tennis-playing days.”
“Ein, a multimillionaire who grew up in Maryland and played tennis in high school, was chatting with a pro tennis-playing friend with the league and started thinking a tennis team would make a good sports addition in the hometown of the Washington Redskins, Nationals and Capitals.”
“He was in his mid-thirties, the kind of tanned, well-built, tennis-playing guy who subscribes to Esquire because he sees himself in every advertisement and it makes him feel good.”
“And, like Rattigan, Gray cunningly shows how a study of middle-class mores can afford a glimpse of the state of nation; the narrow-mindedness and prejudice of 50s England is exactly caught when Holly's tennis-playing, gin-and-it mother says, apropos her son's music teacher, "you don't think he's a Jew, do you?”
“Pam" seems to be the tennis-playing heroine of Betjeman's "Pot Pourri from a Surrey Garden", published in 1940.”
“Like her tennis-playing competition for top-paid female athlete, she smashed it.”
“I step carefully into the kitchen, as if I might turn into a tennis-playing, health-food-eating clone the second my sandal hits tile.”
“Redshirt junior Andrew Lanier admits some of his Virginia Tech teammates like to joke around about his tennis-playing days.”
“Those cavemen are latte-drinking, museum-patronizing, tennis-playing, bookwormish, pate-eating cocktail party emoting elistist liberals.”
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