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  • As the singing stops and the players find their spot "around the ten-yard circle that until tonight seemed redundant" Paul Farley, "A Minute's Silence", the possibility that homage will turn to insult hangs over football stadiums like a threat of terror.

    Geoff Dyer: What Will Survive of Us?

  • As the singing stops and the players find their spot "around the ten-yard circle that until tonight seemed redundant" Paul Farley, "A Minute's Silence", the possibility that homage will turn to insult hangs over football stadiums like a threat of terror.

    Geoff Dyer: What Will Survive of Us?

  • As the singing stops and the players find their spot "around the ten-yard circle that until tonight seemed redundant" Paul Farley, "A Minute's Silence", the possibility that homage will turn to insult hangs over football stadiums like a threat of terror.

    Geoff Dyer: What Will Survive of Us?

  • As the singing stops and the players find their spot "around the ten-yard circle that until tonight seemed redundant" Paul Farley, "A Minute's Silence", the possibility that homage will turn to insult hangs over football stadiums like a threat of terror.

    Geoff Dyer: What Will Survive of Us?

  • As the singing stops and the players find their spot "around the ten-yard circle that until tonight seemed redundant" Paul Farley, "A Minute's Silence", the possibility that homage will turn to insult hangs over football stadiums like a threat of terror.

    Geoff Dyer: What Will Survive of Us?

  • As the singing stops and the players find their spot "around the ten-yard circle that until tonight seemed redundant" Paul Farley, "A Minute's Silence", the possibility that homage will turn to insult hangs over football stadiums like a threat of terror.

    Geoff Dyer: What Will Survive of Us?

  • Its resonance was underscored by a copyright infringement suit, which ensued when composer Mike Batt's 2002 recording of A Minute's Silence gave credit to "Batt/Cage" (which sounded more like a baseball warm-up location than a composer collaboration).

    Michael Sigman: Silent Plight?

  • The key moment was 60 Minute's too-brief description of the enemy, claiming the insurgents attacking our troops were being guided by warlord Jalauddin Haqqani who is "closely allied" with Al Qaeda and who shares their common goal of opposing the American occupation.

    60 Minutes Goes "Imbedded" in Afghanistan

  • "Everything's all right, sergeant," he reported; "only old Minute's lights are blazing away and his windows are open."

    The Man Who Knew

  • This mysterious Rex Holland, who has been identified by Mr.. Totney, of Uckfield, spent the whole of the day wandering about Sussex, obviously having one plan in his mind, which was to arrive at Mr. Minute's house at the same time as his confederate.

    The Man Who Knew

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