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“It turns out that this is the same politician—three-time Democratic presidential candidate and former secretary of state William Jennings Bryan.”
“The three-time Grammy winning singer of "At Last" was admitted to a hospital in Riverside, Calif., earlier this week with a urinary tract infection and sepsis, her son, Sametto James, told Reuters.”
“The 29-year-old Smith, of New Zealand, joins a female field headlined by three-time Olympian Jen Rhines and Edna Kiplagat, who had the race's best time among women last year.”
“No mention that I was the three-time United States national champion, world bronze medalist, or Grand Prix final bronze medalist.”
“Schiavone was the fourth consecutive top-10 seeded player that Li beat, including three-time major champion Maria Sharapova in the semifinals.”
“A three-time Pro Bowler he may be, but Rivers' 15 interceptions also lead the league.”
“Williams, a three-time US Open winner, rushed to a 5-1 lead in the first set.”
“But we'll allow Earl to do most of his work with the ball while turning over the majority of the dirty work over to three-time Pro Bowl fullback Tony Richardson … and maybe we'll grant him a touch or two.”
“THE BAD NEWS: San Francisco will lose Dior Lowhorn, a three-time all-conference player who has been the heart of the team's offense the past three seasons.”
“Sara Grahn made 21 saves in a surprise start ahead of Swedish goalie Kim Martin, a three-time Olympian and the star of Sweden's upset of the U.S. team four years ago.”
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