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  • But if the NHL wants fans to have more faith in Auger's innocence, it should be more forthright in offering Auger's version of the conversation that took place between the referee and Burrows.

    NHL needs better transparency in Burrows-referee matter

  • When this company called "Quality Resources" called us offering a $40 WalMart gift card, they indicated when they called that we made an online purchase with one of their "partners" - and the Awesome Auger is literally the only online purchase we have ever made with my wife's name and my cell phone number and they keep calling my phone asking for her.

    Beware of Awesome Auger's Awesome Shipping And Processing Fees - The Consumerist

  • The character of Auger is cold and wisecracking, sure, but even when she's supposed to change and grow it ends up being wooden and unconvincing.

    REVIEW: Century Rain by Alastair Reynolds

  • A Thresher named Verity Auger is an archaeologist who makes dangerous trips down to the frozen wasteland of Earth to retrieve precious pre-Nanocaust artifacts in an effort to learn the truth about man's now-unrecorded history.

    REVIEW: Century Rain by Alastair Reynolds

  • Astle says the so-called Auger Falls Fire has also prompted the evacuation of several homes along the canyon's south rim.

    AA Home - KPVI News 6

  • When a photon knocks an inner electron out of an atom, one of the outer electrons quickly falls into the hole, in a process called Auger decay that provides enough energy for a third electron to be ejected from the atom.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • Report Abuse if the NHL is going to call Auger "one of its best" the league's in far worse trouble than I thought.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • A few minutes later; in perhaps in a small way to make up for the terrible call Auger called a somewhat marginal penalty on Plover, Wisconsin-native

    MVN

  • A few minutes later; in perhaps in a small way to make up for the terrible call Auger called a somewhat marginal penalty on Plover, Wisconsin-native

    MVN

  • The energy released during this downward plunge ejected another electron from the atom, a phenomenon known as the Auger effect.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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