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A come from behind win against Adelaide in the Elimination Final in which Lance Franklin kicked his seventh goal seconds from the final siren overshadowed a disappointing loss the following week against the North Melbourne Football Club.
De Bohun lowered his lance and began a charge that carried
TCP/IP, Internet Faxes do not incur
long-distance transmission costs and reception is verifiable.
Birds at feeders risk predation by cats and other animals, or may incur
injury by flying into windows.
This latter feature is important to minimise start up times, whereby only the functions actually required by an application incur
In addition, a person cannot incur
criminal liability if the act was lawful at the time it was committed, and cannot be subject to conviction for the same crime twice (double jeopardy
Service Commitment Because of the costly nature of flight training, Naval Aviators incur
a longer minimum active duty service commitment than any other occupation in the Navy or Marine Corps.
The forged money orders leave the banks to incur
debts against the victims.
The Conservatives replaced the existing federal child care program with a $1200 per year stipend for each child under age six, paid directly to parents whether or not they incur
child care expenses.
These labor recruiters charged workers high commission fees-up to $3,000-which are not regulated under Indonesian law and often require workers to incur
debt to pay, leaving them vulnerable in some instances to situations of debt bondage.
By restoring the prairies, the Foundation aims to improve enjoyment of the land and incur
economic benefits through tourism to the area.
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Window cleaners have an accident
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