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  • Billionaire currency trader Joe Lewis, who together with this Irish friends JP McManus and John Magnier speaks for 47% of shares, now has two representatives on the depleted five-man board.

    In Britain's troubled boardrooms, it's too easy for a powerful minority to seize the controls

  • However, the Swans lined up with a five-man midfield, much to Beck's surprise, so rather than push one of our six defenders higher up the pitch, he instead made the earliest tactical substitution I ever recall seeing.

    Does Robbie Savage stand a chance in Strictly Come Dancing?

  • -- G Keion Bell was a member of the WCC's preseason five-man all-conference team but was not selected to the 10-man all-conference team at the end of the season despite being third in the conference in scoring, eighth in assists and seventh in steals at the time of the voting.

    West Coast Conference

  • -- G Robert Smith was selected to the WCC's five-man all-freshman team.

    West Coast Conference

  • In a comment on Twitter, Russia's Communist Party asked why Mr. Putin had time to ride bobsleds but no time to debate his opponents in the five-man presidential race.

    Putin Rides the Easy Slope Down

  • They've been down to a five-man team of developers for some time, and now they are down to three.

    The Dungeon Is (Almost) Closed

  • 'The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town' This is the five-man Canadian troupe's first television foray since the mid-1990s, when their eccentric sketch comedy show called it quits.

    TV on DVD

  • Scott Proefrock, the Phillies' assistant general manager, said he's "pretty sure" the addition of Lee gives the Phillies "the best five-man rotation since I've been in the game."

    The Year of the Killer Rotation?

  • But on this windy Sunday they kept Manning from being sacked and kept the Bills' five-man rush entirely at bay.

    Giants Riding High Into the Bye

  • Tunisia's giant neighbor Algeria saw huge protests before it was shaken by a military coup in 1992, with a five-man leadership put in place after the army canceled the nation's first multiparty legislative elections, which a Muslim fundamentalist party was poised to win.

    Tunisia Uprising Drives Iron-FIsted Ruler From Power

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