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Critics of those two internet polls claim them to be highly susceptible to coverage bias, because of the more common access to Internet by younger users who might not have seen Pelé in action CNNSI - "Feud leads FIFA to name two players of the century".

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Etymology The Hebrew word masorah is taken from Ezekiel 20:37 and means originally " fetter ".

When the Æsir exclaimed that they were ready, Fenrir shook himself, knocked the fetter to ground, strained hard, and kicking with his feet, snapped the fetter - breaking it into pieces that flew far into the distance.

Each ghost has one or two types of objects (or "fetter") it can be bound to.

The court furthermore rejected the argument that the policy had been an unlawful fetter on the authority's functions.

Any fetter or clog imposed by the instrument of mortgage on this equitable right may properly be regarded as a repugnant condition and as such invalid.

It had not been parliament's intention to fetter the new scheme in such a way.

It should be noted that the concession is not a general waiver of interest nor does it alter or fetter in any way an Inspector's right to issue a direction.

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