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  • n. Alternative spelling of byline.


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  • And oh yes more fine keeping from Reina as Larsson puts in a fine cross from near the byeline and Reina rushes out to punch it off the top of Jerome's head just as you though he was going to score.

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  • There is no byeline tagged to this article, which is a shame because it's interesting.

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  • On a byeline, in "Emma", Mr. Knightley's and Emma's happiness is brought about by Jane Fairfax' and Frank Churchill's dishonesty.

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  • 'Torchwood' features aliens coming to earth through a space-time 'rift', and the byeline for the prog is 'It's the 21st Century - when everything changes.'

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  • Two minutes later, Celtic were punished for slack marking in the area when Diego coolly first-timed a cut-back from the byeline to beat Forster with ease. | Top Stories

  • Templeton scurried after a long ball over the top of the Celtic defence and conjured up a back-heel on the byeline that fell nicely for Stevenson, who was composed enough to evade the advancing Forster before slamming a shot high into the net.

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  • Naismith gets to the left byeline cuts the ball across the six yard box, but no one is making the run to get on the end of it and Killie clear.

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  • Berbatov ambled into the box and went to ground near the right byeline after Agger clipped his ankle.

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  • His delightful ball inside the full-back teed up Liam Ridgewell for a low cross from the byeline, which Matt Derbyshire could only poke wide from inside the six-yard box.

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  • Moments later, Liverpool full-back Jose Enrique dwelt on the ball for too long on the touchline and was dispossessed by the intrepid Chris Eagles who jinked along the byeline, but his ball across goal failed to find a team-mate.

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