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  • proper n. West Ham United Football Club
  • proper n. A surname.


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  • The first slot presents a slight problem, as it only leaves me about 30 minutes to drive from Upton Park (where the Hammers are at home to Birmingham - live on SKY) to White City.

    Reviewing the Papers Tonight on News 24

  • In closing, the actions of Ms. Hammers, is a disgrace to my husband, Major

    Visconti, Francis E.

  • However, the Hammers were a solvent part of a whole portfolio of different companies while

    Evening Standard - Home

  • The Hammers were the better side in the first half and their stylish play finally produced a goal in the 71st minute when City 'keeper Shay Given could only parry Savio's shot and Jack Collison turned in the rebound.

    Jamaica Gleaner Online

  • Parker has three England caps, each while at different clubs, and the Hammers will be a fourth should Fabio Capello look at him as an option ahead of the World Cup in South Africa next summer.


  • - Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for the infrastructure that sustains our world, today announced that MicroStation V8i and STAAD. Pro received top honors at the Construction Computing Awards 2009 (also known as The Hammers IV) ceremony in London's Tower Hotel, Tower Bridge.

    Media Newswire

  • Iain: I can`t possibl second your wish that the "Hammers" beat Everton this afternoon; my pseudonym not only reflects my poltical preference but also my favourite football team, so, for the first time since visiting your blog site we are not in accord !

    From the Artist Formerly Known As...

  • I say good luck to the "Hammers" as they are going to need it. News

  • But whether the 32-year-old leading Bafana scorer can deliver goals against 2006 World Cup runners-up France, Mexico and Uruguay in Group A is questionable given his rare appearances for the 'Hammers' as a substitute.

    IOL: News

  • "Hammers" and "Whirling" (the sixth and final movements) live up to their titles with energetically colorful spirit.

    NYT > Home Page


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