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Norman "Nugget" Alfred Vale May AM (14 February 1...

wikipedia - 16 Sep 2016
Norman "Nugget" Alfred Vale May AM (14 February 1928 – 11 September 2016) was an Australian radio and television sports broadcaster famous in Australia for calling "GOLD, GOLD for Australia, GOLD" during the men's 4 × 100 metres medley final in the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games.
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You may not be safe from Lake Norman's curse

Charlotte Observer - 18 Sep 2017
Lake Norman's main street should be named Agony Alley, a 15-mile ribbon of benumbing clogs and stupefying jams stretching from Huntersville to Mooresville. Bisecting one of the fastest-growing regions in the southeast, Interstate 77 north of Charlotte ...
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Lola May (Landon) Dellinger

Kokomo Perspective - 20 Sep 2017
Lola May (Landon) Dellinger, age 95, of Ellenton, Florida passed away on September 13, 2017 at Riviera Palms Rehabilitation Center in Palmetto, Florida. Lola was born on January 26, 1922 to Norman and Myrtle (Cline) Landon. On May 27, 1949 she was ...
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City to hold study session today on University North Park

Norman Transcript - 19 Sep 2017
Others continue to defend the TIF as a useful tool for development and believe that ending the TIF early may send the wrong signal to prospective Norman businesses now and in the future. City Chief Communications Officer Claudia Deakins said additional ...
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Lake Norman officials fear ramp signals may worsen congestion

Charlotte Observer - 03 Sep 2017
A proposal by the state Department of Transportaiton to install ramp signals on entrances to I77 in the region, including the West Catawba Avenue interchange at Exit 28)in Cornelius and the Griffith/Goodrum interchange at Exit 30 in Davidson has caused ...
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Norman Chad: Making case for decade's most dominant athlete

San Antonio Express-News (subscription) - 18 Sep 2017
(If I may interject here, experientially: The golf ball might not know how old you are, but the back, the knees and the prostate do.) Langer has had a remarkable golf life, through his 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s. Several times he overcame a case of the ...
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Eagles' Alshon Jeffery: May be shadowed by Josh Norman

CBSSports.com - 06 Sep 2017
Jeffery caught five of 10 targets for 92 yards in that contest, but Norman won the day with a pair of interceptions on hideous passes from Matt Barkley. Playing with a much better quarterback in Carson Wentz this time around, Jeffery should only get a ...
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Sedlak, Norman Frank

Omaha World-Herald - 19 Sep 2017
Sedlak, Norman Frank Apr 4, 1933 - Sep 17, 2017 Preceded in death by parents, one brother, and one sister. Survived by son, Mike (Shari); daughters, ...
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Newest Oklahoma House member to take oath of office

Norman Transcript - 19 Sep 2017
Rosecrants won 60 percent of the vote last week over Republican Darin Chambers for the House District 46 seat in west Norman, despite a nearly 3,000-voter registration advantage for the GOP there. With his win, Republicans now hold a 72-28 edge in the ...
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Trump Says He Wants July 4 Military Parade in Washington

Bloomberg - 18 Sep 2017
“It was a tremendous day, and to a large extent because of what I witnessed, we may do something like that on July 4th in Washington down Pennsylvania Avenue,” Trump said. “We're going to have to try to top it, but we have a lot of planes going over ...
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How The Silver Sable And Black Cat Movie May Use Norman Osborn

Cinema Blend - 22 Aug 2017
It's been rumored that a lot of potential Spider-Man villains may be making their way to the Silver and Black movie being put together by Sony right now. The most surprising name on the list might be one of the wall-crawlers biggest nemeses, Norman Osborn.
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Access to entertainment: Pass the popcorn

Maryland Daily Record (subscription) - 19 Sep 2017
The continued expansion of technology in conjunction with law and policy has enabled levels of access to entertainment not known by persons with sensory-based disabilities of yesteryear. (Sensory disabilities consist of blindness, deafness or both.) ...

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