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  • The Saints practiced the onside kick they call Ambush for two weeks, and, in the meetings before the game, it was just a matter of when.

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  • The Saints practiced the onside kick they call Ambush for two weeks, and in their meetings before the game Sunday Payton told his special teams units that they were going to try it in the game; it was just a matter of when.

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  • The segment on "Ambush" -- the team's code name for the audacious on-side kick that opened the

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  • Payton told his players he planned to win, and by calling Ambush, an onside kick, to begin the third quarter, he demonstrated what he meant.

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  • Payton saved some of his best work for halftime of the Super Bowl, when he declared the Saints would run a play called Ambush to start the second half.

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  • The sailors are members of the crew of more than 80 currently standing by the new Astute class nuclear powered submarine, Ambush, which is expected to be rolled out and launched later this year.

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  • Fire broke out three decks down inside Ambush, which is currently inside Barrow shipyard's Devonshire Dock Hall, on Sunday night.

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  • BAE began an investigation today into the fire on the £1bn submarine Ambush, which is not yet nuclear powered.

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  • Diary Entry by Ilene Flannery Wells (about the author) yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Ambush'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Untreated Mental Illness can cause violence.

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  • The Battle of the Biscuits was loosely based on the Charles Grant "Ambush" scenario.

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