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“The Frigidaire Professional Gallery FPHI2187K [F] and the Whirlpool Gold G9RXXFMW [Q] are two top-scoring 30-inch top-freezers that retail for around $800.”
“Clint Dempsey is on the verge of becoming the top-scoring American in English Premier League history.”
“Steven Mullaney then took three for 26, including the Durham captain, Phil Mustard, for 29, as the visitors lost five wickets inside the opening nine overs and were eventually bowled out for 159, Gareth Breese top-scoring with 34.”
“Recipe for successA strong team, rather than strong individuals: only once in the past five years has the division's top scorer earned his side promotion, but only once in those five years has the top-scoring team not gone up.”
“Can it be coincidental that the top-scoring wines were among the lowest-cropped wines?”
“The top-scoring wine was the Ravines Wine Cellars 2007 Cabernet Franc, and its appeal was best summarized by Fox Run assistant winemaker Tricia Renshaw.”
“If no presidential candidate wins a clear majority in next weeks' poll, a run-off between the two top-scoring candidates would likely be held in March.”
“Even with the mistakes, Carlson is still the top-scoring defenseman in the league with five points (1G, 4A).”
“It's weird to think of David as one of the top-scoring couples, but I guess someone has to be as we whittle down.”
“The visitors then turned the screw after that as their extra class told, with Tony Parker excelling and top-scoring with 23 – but Britain scrapped gamely, refusing to let their opponents pull away until limbs tired in the final quarter.”
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