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“Minutes were read by the club secretary from the last meeting, and then Mr. Rohan gave a rousing speech in which he held up the club mascot and symbol—a stuffed corduroy whale—and people gleefully chanted, Hail the whale!”
“Buttivant claims he was frozen out of talks to buy the club and has now called in Xfor, a private-security firm run by Parachute Regiment veterans, to investigate events at Home Park over last season and this summer.”
“We changed our plans, took a swim, had a great salad and pasta at the restaurant owned by Harolds pal Alberto, and drove up to the club to watch golf and hair-removal commercials.”
“She fingered it dubiously for a moment, then said that, in generale, the club accepted la carta di credito, but that the machine was temporarily broken.”
“My parents are at the club all day for some charity golf tournament, and I told Little Mom and Dad Junior that they should take advantage of the absence and enjoy the afternoon.”
“In February he was acting chairman and chief executive when the club made their "notice of intention to appoint" Brendan Guilfoyle as administrator.”
“Olga had a choppy, upright swingit was almost as if she lifted the club straight toward a point above her headand hadnt ever played much.”
“By then, however, I had been in Italy long enough and had played at Menaggio and Cadenabbia often enough to understand that, rather than show up at the club at ten thirty, I should call first.”
“A couple of days later, Davey K. came back into the club and Victor brought him over.”
“Guedioura had impressed all afternoon with his skill and well deserved his late winner, latching onto the end of Zubar's inch-perfect cross before rifling home his first goal for the club in style.”
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