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  • At the end of the half, however, Seawright hit the left upright on a 25-yard try.

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  • California answered with a field goal by David Seawright.

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  • "Half a dozen water companies have surprised customers in the past few weeks by bringing hosepipe bans in the South East of England forward to the spring," says Seawright.

    Told you so

  • As always, though, it is in the business section that you find most sense, this time in an article written by Stephen Seawright which asks, "Where are our liquid assets going?"

    Told you so

  • Former pupil Tracey Seawright, who now works helping local pupils and parents access a range of services, says: The sectarian situation has improved but there are still sensitivities and tensions.

    BBC News - Home

  • He and his brother, Stuart, purchased Seawright Springs in 1965 in Mount Sidney.

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  • Seawright, The Dillards and Anders Osborne, all for $20.

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  • Seawright, a gospel concert featuring Joe Underwood, nightly singing, a golf tournament, a concert featuring Rodney Dillard and The Dillards Band, and a quilt fair.

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  • Seawright, The Dillards and Anders Osborne, all for $20.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • Seawright, The Dillards and Anders Osborne, all for $20.

    The Times-Journal: News

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