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  • Andrew Stokes 261 F.3d 503 (2001) City of Shreveport v. Shreveport Canadian Football Inc 261 F.3d 506 (2001) United States of America v. Andre Gillyard
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  • GRENVILLE. (C. G. ALA.) Money-Lending. ALCOCK, CHARLES WILLIAM. (C. W. A.) Football, Association (in part). ALEXANDER, REV. WILLIAM LINDSAY, D.D., LL.D. (W
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  • and quoiting be too vile for scholars.” In the 16th century the great football match played annually at Chester was abolished in favour of a series of
    303 bytes (3,436 words) - 01:51, 25 November 2013
  • four Territories, and including hunters, cowboys, soldiers of fortune, football and baseball champions, college graduates, ex-policemen, with American
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  • said that "a hockey team can eat more in a limited time than a team of footballers, or a lacrosse twelve with all their spares and coaches." Speaking of
    341 bytes (2,076 words) - 00:25, 21 May 2011
  • second, 26,700 to be taken from the American side and 34,200 from the Canadian; that this amount is 27 per cent. of the average discharge and 33 per cent
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  • skiing, bobsledding, snowmobiling, etc. GV861-1017 Ball games: Baseball, football, golf, etc. GV1020-1034 Automobile travel. Motoring. Automobile racing
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  • rapidly is it gaining in popularity in the little republics there. The Canadian people, in spirit and temperament, are very like our own. Though Britons
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  • became a draughtsman. Showing promise in local cricket, as well as in football, he turned professional cricketer, and modelling his style on that of Richard
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  • 'idle and unstudious.' He was, however, instrumental in introducing Rugby football to Cambridge. His parentage entitled him to take the honorary degree of
    344 bytes (1,192 words) - 01:07, 12 September 2013
  • considered the national game of Great Britain during the summer months, and football fills the same position in the winter. For a month or six weeks in spring
    606 bytes (1,314 words) - 02:56, 29 August 2014
  • perfection in the game, and is as indispensable to him as it is to a footballer or a soldier. The calculating player often saves himself by avoiding unnecessary
    397 bytes (2,301 words) - 03:00, 21 May 2011
  • Johnny Blastoff Incorporated v. Los Angeles Rams Football Company St Louis Rams Partnership National Football League Properties Incorporated 188 F.3d 440 (1999)
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  • participated freely in general athletics when not in training for track — in football, baseball, basketball, tennis, hockey, gymnastics, etc., and were practically
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  • sang -- This quaint, sweet song sang she; "It's O for a youth with a football bang And a muscle fair to see! The Captain he Of a team to be! On the
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  • secures the rubber. It is the science of mutual help. As in lacrosse and football, it is a “sine qua non." The team that indulges most in this scientific
    389 bytes (7,717 words) - 03:03, 21 May 2011
  • this Canadian-French appellation. In the literature relating to the Pacific coast there is mention even of “Siwash Indians.” Throughout Canada and the
    218 KB (34,097 words) - 19:48, 22 August 2013
  • develop health and manliness by outdoor exercises and recreations, such as football, hurling, hockey,handball, tennis, cricket, athletic competitions, and
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  • touch, but securely fastened, and strong enough to stop anything from a football to a forty-pound baby. The floor was carpeted with rugs, covered with a
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  • the youngsters of the progressive nations from the whelps of decadence. Football, baseball, aquatic sports, and the "Hare and Hound" races of the British
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