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  • Danilaw Bakare's third-day job was as a classical musician.

    it's wonderful. everywhere. so white.

  • The Apostle Paul wrote that the third-day Resurrection accords with the Hebrew Scriptures.

    Chronology of Christ's last days confuse Christians

  • Two trades may have set the Seahawks up for years in the running game -- they dealt third-day draft picks for ex-Titans running back LenDale White and former Jets speedster Leon Washington.

    Seahawks lead the pack

  • At first she didn't recognize him, he wore tortoiseshell glasses, a third-day beard and his hair was very short, cropped to the scalp — for a part, he explained to his cousin's guests over dinner.

    Smoke and Mirrors

  • The final moment came when Tim Bresnan, the Yorkshire seam bowler whose third-day exploits had put England on the brink of victory, had Ben Hilfenhaus caught down the leg side by the wicketkeeper Matt Prior.

    Ashes 2010: Andrew Strauss targets series victory after England secure the urn with victory over Australia

  • Update: This is now officially my third-day blog tour post.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • I mentioned on Friday that I planned on today being the third-day of a much needed three-day weekend, and that originally meant a third day away from all things work, including, believe it or not, Syntax of Things.

    April 2007

  • Against the USA in Moscow last year, Tarpischev called on the largely untested Tursunov in the critical third-day singles match against Andy Roddick with Russia leading 2-1.

    Russia could reach into bag of tricks to topple U.S.

  • Soon it was clear that the public wasn't buying the charge, and Bush backed off (third-day story).

    The Smear Heard 'Round The World

  • Nay, console yourself; we will not fail to offer up the third-day sacrifice for you, first thing in the morning.

    Lysistrata

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