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      HENIN–HARDENNEMAKESBRIGHT START – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
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      IMMIGRATION ADS PROVE TRICKY FOR CANDIDATES – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Capturing the immigration debate in political ads this campaign season –– without upsetting Hispanic voters –– is proving tricky for candidates.

An ad criticizing Stephen Laffey, who is challenging incumbent Sen. Lincoln Chafee for the Republican nomination in Rhode Island, set off gru >>>


      IRAN LEADER SET TO RESPOND TO U.N. DEADLINE – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is expected to respond Tuesday to a United Nations ultimatum to suspend uranium enrichment or face possible sanctions.

The Islamic republic has until Thursday to comply to a U.N. Security Council resolution to halt the enrichment program, which Iran maintains is part of a >>>


      IRELAND TO SELL AER LINGUS AIRLINE – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Irish state airline Aer Lingus and the Irish government confirmed plans on Monday to list the airline on the Irish and London stock exchanges at the end of next month.

Analysts expect the flotation to value the airline at up to 1 billion euros ($1.3 billion).

Aer Lingus and the country‘s transp >>>


      JAPAN FIRM PROBED ON IRAN TIES – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Police are investigating the possibility that a Japanese manufacturer exported equipment to Iran that can be used to make nuclear weapons, an official said Tuesday.

The president and four other executives and employees of Mitutoyo Corp. were arrested Friday on suspicion they violated trade control laws. Polic >>>


      JAPAN JOBLESS RATE SIGNALS DEMAND – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Japan‘s jobless rate fell in July and firms sought more workers in a sign that domestic demand remains firm, although household spending fell for the seventh straight month on cool, wet weather, data showed on Tuesday.

Japan‘s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 4.1 percent in July compa >>>


      JAPAN ORDERS APPLE BATTERY PROBE – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Japanese authorities reported Tuesday the first case of an Apple laptop catching fire in Japan and ordered the U.S. company to investigate the trouble involving the faulty Sony batteries and report back within a week.

A laptop made by Apple Computer Inc. overheated and caught fire in April, the Ministry of Ec >>>


      JESSICA SIMPSON ORDERED TO REST VOICE – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Talk about bad timing. At the start of a media blitz to support her new album, "A Public Affair," Jessica Simpson is on vocal rest.

"It is true that she has indeed lost her voice," Simpson‘s publicist, Rob Shuter, told The Associated Press on Tuesday. "She‘s been ordered t >>>


      KIDNAP:HUNT FOR MORE HIDDEN CELLS – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
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      KINDER BOARD APPROVES $15B BUYOUT – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Kinder Morgan Inc. said Monday its board of directors approved a $15 billion buyout plan from the pipeline operator‘s management to take the company private at a higher per–share price than announced three months ago.

The company‘s shares soared to a new 52–week high. Under terms of th >>>


      KREMLIN HAND SEEN IN PARTY MERGER – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Three parties that support President Vladimir Putin announced plans to merge Tuesday, a move widely seen as part of Kremlin–orchestrated maneuvering before parliamentary elections next year and Russia‘s 2008 presidential vote.

The leaders of the Party of Life, the nationalist Rodina (Motherland) a >>>


      MARKING KATRINA NEW ORLEANS STYLE:MOURNING, CELEBRATION – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
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      MENTAL ILLNESS UP AMONG KATRINA SURVIVORS, STUDY FINDS – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Hurricane Katrina doubled the rate of serious mental illness in areas ravaged by the storm but the urge to commit suicide fell, partly because survivors bonded with each other, a Harvard–led study said Monday.

Billed as the biggest mental health study yet after Katrina killed about 1,500 people along th >>>


      MIDO FINALIZES RETURN TO TOTTENHAM – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Egypt striker Mido has returned to Tottenham after the club reached agreement on a deal with AS Roma, the Premier League team announced on their Web site on Tuesday.

The 23–year–old spent a season and a half with Spurs after arriving on loan from the Italian side in January 2005.

Mido sco >>>


      NASA ROLLING ATLANTIS TO SAFETY – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      NASA began rolling space shuttle Atlantis off its launch pad and back into a huge assembly building Tuesday as Tropical Storm Ernesto headed for Florida.

"It was about the weather and keeping the vehicle safe," said NASA spokeswoman Tracy Young.

The move, started shortly before noon, was ex >>>


      NO DNA MATCH, NO JONBENET CHARGES – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Prosecutors abandoned their case against schoolteacher John Mark Karr on Monday, saying that DNA tests failed to link Karr to the slaying of child beauty contestant JonBenet Ramsey.

Karr was briefly freed from jail but was quickly returned to await extradition to California, where he is wanted on five misdeme >>>


      NTSB: PILOTS ROLLED ON DESPITE UNLIT RUNWAY – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      As Comair Flight 51'1 sped down the runway before dawn Sunday, the pilots commented that the runway lights were off but continued with their takeoff, a preliminary investigation has revealed.

Twenty–nine seconds later the cockpit voice recorder stopped as the plane crashed in a patch of woods near L >>>


      OLMERTOKS LIMITED PROBEINTO LEBANON WAR – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Monday rejected an independent commission to investigate his government‘s handling of the war against Hezbollah militants in Lebanon.

Instead, Olmert said he would appoint his own committee, which is expected to be more narrow in scope than a state probe.

& >>>


      PAKISTAN‘S SHAMEFUL FORCED UNIONS – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Her father said it would be a two–week holiday to learn about her Pakistani heritage. But the British woman soon found herself captive in a remote tribal village for over a year and promised in marriage to a first cousin she had never met.

With the British High Commission‘s help this month, the wo >>>


      PIPELINE BLAST KILLS AT LEAST 27 – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      A pipeline carrying oil byproducts exploded in a southern Iraqi city Tuesday, sparking a massive fire and killing at least 27 people, officials said.

Several people had been siphoning fuel from the pipeline when the explosion occurred in an industrial zone south of Diwaniyah, 130 kilometers (80 miles) south o >>>


      POLICE FIND 11 BODIES NEAR BAGHDAD SCHOOL – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Iraqi police found 11 bodies near a school in southwestern Baghdad‘s al–Turah neighborhood on Tuesday morning, Iraq‘s Interior Ministry said.

The men were blindfolded, had their hands tied behind their backs and showed signs of torture.

According to the ministry, Iraqi police were w >>>


      QUAKE TSUNAMI WARNING WITHDRAWN – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      An undersea earthquake struck near the Moluccas islands on Tuesday but Indonesian officials said it was of moderate strength and there was no risk of a tsunami.

The state meteorological agency downgraded its initial estimate of the quake‘s magnitude and withdrew a tsunami warning.

"The tsu >>>


      REPORT:BP‘MANIPULATION‘ PROBED – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
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      REPORTER MARRIED TO SLAIN REBEL? – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      A Chechen journalist abducted two weeks ago was married to Shamil Basayev, the late rebel warlord who was responsible for some of the deadliest terror attacks in Russia, a human rights activist said Monday.

Elina Ersenoyeva, 26, who worked for an anti–AIDS organization and as a reporter for a Chechen ne >>>


      RODDICK BRINGS‘A‘ GAME TOOPENER – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
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      RUMSFELD: BUSH FOES LACK COURAGE ON TERROR – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld on Tuesday accused critics of the Bush administration‘s Iraq and counterterrorism policies of lacking the courage to fight terror.

In unusually explicit terms, Rumsfeld portrayed the administration‘s critics as suffering from "moral and intellectual confus >>>


      S LANKA ARMY STRIKESREBEL ENCLAVE – AUG 28, 2006
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      SOFTBANKREBOUND HELPS LIFTNIKKEI – AUG 28, 2006
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      SPRINGSTEEN DENIES BREAKUP RUMORS – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Bruce Springsteen has turned to cyberspace to deny rumors that he and wife Patti Scialfa are splitting up.

In a posting on his official Web site, www.brucespringsteen.net, the New Jersey–born rocker writes that he and Scialfa are still committed to each other.

"Due to the unfounded and ugl >>>


      SRI LANKA REFUGEES FACE DESPAIR – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Sheltering from the burning sun under a ragged awning in one of dozens of cramped refugee camps in Sri Lanka‘s war–ravaged east, 18–year–old Sharmila Rahim dreams of being a teacher and should be studying.

But her village was wrecked, her house damaged and her school books burnt as the >>>


      STONES SMOKER DIDN‘T BREAK LAW AFTER ALL – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Keith Richards won‘t be fined for reportedly lighting up during a Rolling Stones concert in Scotland.

The stage at Hampden Park, where the band performed Friday night on their "A Bigger Bang" tour, is exempt from a new law that bans smoking in enclosed public places, the Glasgow City Council s >>>


      SUIT: POKER WORLD SERIES WINNER PROMISED TO SPLIT RECORD POT – AUG 28, 2006
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      TAKEOVER TALK BUOYS FOSTER‘S STOCK – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Australian alcoholic drinks company Foster‘s Group Ltd. posted a 22 percent rise in underlying second–half profit, boosted by its domestic beer business, while its shares rose 8 percent, buoyed by takeover rumors.

Foster‘s said net profit for the year ended June 30 was A$623.1 million ($472. >>>


      TOM CRUISE SIGNS WITH NEW BACKERS – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Actor Tom Cruise‘s production company, which broke ties with Paramount Pictures last week in an unusually public dispute, has signed a two–year financing deal with an investment partnership headed by Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder.

The deal between Cruise/Wagner Productions and First & >>>


      TURKEYBOMBS: ‘POLICE HUNT TWO‘ – AUG 2', 2006
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      U.N. LABOR AGENCY FOCUSES ON ASIA – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
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      US AIRWAYS FLIGHT DISRUPTED BY THREAT – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      A US Airways flight en route to Houston from Philadelphia was diverted to Bristol, Tennessee, Monday after a bomb threat was found in a note on board, officials said.

The plane landed at the Tri–Cities Airport, which serves eastern Tennessee, southwestern Virginia and western North Carolina, and the pas >>>


      VETERAN ZABELCELEBRATES STAGE WIN – AUG 2', 2006
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      WI–FI ALLIANCE NEAR NEW WIRELESS STANDARD – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      An industry group of wireless networking companies said Tuesday it will start certifying next–generation routers and network cards in 2007, a year before official standards are expected.

Frank Hanzlik, managing director of the Wi–Fi Alliance, said that without a certification program, the market c >>>


      AWOMAN‘S FIGHT FOR KATRINA VICTIMS: ONE FAMILY AT A TIME – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Hurricane Katrina was still an eggbeater of a storm when Angela Cole, sitting in her living room in upstate New York, decided to rent herself an SUV and head south.

Angela is a public health nurse who consults for large pharmaceutical companies, not the kind of white–uniform nurse who strides around hos >>>


      ARMY RESERVISTS WHO DESERTED WERE PAID – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      The Pentagon has done little to recover nearly $'00,000 mistakenly paid to 75 Army reservists who have not reported for duty since late 2001, congressional investigators said in a report Monday.

Less than two dozen have either surrendered or been arrested. The report by the General Accounting Office detai >>>


      BUSH SENSES ‘RENEWAL‘ DURING TOUR OF GULF REGION – AUG 28, 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      President Bush returned Monday to the first scene he saw a year ago of Hurricane Katrina‘s devastation, and declared "a sense of renewal" in the region still struggling to come back from the storm‘s battering.

"Amazing what the world looked like then and what it looks like now," >>>


      ERNESTO ON TRACK FOR SOUTH FLORIDA – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Ernesto lingered over central Cuba early Tuesday, barely maintaining its tropical storm status but still poised for an assault on the Florida peninsula, according to the National Hurricane Center.

At 11 p.m. ET Monday, Ernesto was about 20 miles north of Camaguey, tracking to the west–northwest at 12 mp >>>


      KERRY ALLEGES MISCONDUCT IN 2004 OHIO VOTE – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      Sen. John Kerry didn‘t contest the results at the time, but now that he‘s considering another run for the White House, he‘s alleging election improprieties by the Ohio Republican who oversaw the deciding vote in 2004.

An e–mail from Kerry will be sent to 100,000 Democratic donors Tuesd >>>


      OOPS:IMPOSTOR SCAMS LOUISIANA OFFICIALS – AUG 28, 2006
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      SAT RECORDS BIGGEST SCORE DROP IN 31 YEARS – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      The high school class of 2006 recorded the sharpest drop in SAT scores in 31 years, a decline that the exam‘s owner, the College Board, said was partly due to some students taking the newly lengthened test only once instead of twice.

Fatigue wasn‘t to blame, the College Board insisted, even though >>>


      WAKE ISLAND EVACUATED AS ‘SUPER TYPHOON‘ ROARS IN – AUG 2', 2006
      CNN, 29-08-2006
      The U.S. military has evacuated 200 people from Wake Island before the arrival of Typhoon Ioke, the strongest Central Pacific hurricane in more than decade.

Classified as a Category 5 "super typhoon," Ioke is expected to extensively damage the U.S. territory when it hits Wednesday with 155–mph >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>



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