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    Finnegans Wake

  • "My dream school had been Yale," said Thompson, a twotime 7A-Central all-conference midfielder for the Lady Tigers.

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  • (AP) ¶Alberto Contador of Spain, a twotime Tour de France champion, won the prologue of the

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  • Lately, the twotime Oscar winner has gone broader.

    NY Daily News

  • The twotime Super Bowl MVP was back atpractice Friday, a day after he followed an early morning car accident with a four-year contract extension that will make him the highest-paid player in the NFL.

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  • Robertson said even this year's featured speaker, Newbury Award winner and twotime Michigan Notable author Christopher Paul Curtis, represents the Michigan experience.

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  • WHS returns twotime Masters qualifier Jason Villavisencio (112), but the majority of the Warrior roster consists of strong sophomores such as Jake Snyder (160) and Shane Laguna

    Thousand Oaks Acorn

  • Cranbrook is led by midfielder, Zoe Lukas, a twotime all-state first-team performer.

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  • He added 1,610 passing yards, giving him over 4,000 for his career. he's a twotime Commonwealth

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