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  1. SportsCenter Anchor To Address JMU GradsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The Daily News-Record

    ... At NBC, Czarniak covered everything from regional professional teams to the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, and 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing. She also hosted and produced the interview segment "Lunch With Lindsay" in which she ...

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  2. 2015 Geneva Motor Show LIVE: Fiat 500 Vintage '57Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | INAUTONEWS

    ... supermini and it is paying tribute to the original 500, as the carmaker is stating, which has debuted in Turin, Italy, on the 4th of July, 1957. The model in question is wearing a pastel blue paint finish on its body, with contrasting white on the ...

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  3. Mobile Opera invites you to meet the greedy and gorgeous 'Manon Lescaut'Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Alabama Live

    ... Opera General Director Scott Wright. Puccini's "Manon Lescaut," which debuted in 1893 at the Teatro Regio in Turin, Italy, is significant for where it falls in the chronological sequence of Puccini's operas. "This is the score that put Puccini on ...

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  4. Ern? Egri Erbstein: Tragic tale of Jewish soccer hero who defied NazisRead the original story

    Yesterday | GantDaily.com

    It is a tale of human endurance, defiance, heroism and tragedy during one of the darkest times of the 20th century. Brought to light by a new book, "The Triumph and Tragedy of Football's Forgotten Pioneer" by British author Dominic Bliss, it reveals how a Hungarian Jew established himself as one of soccer's most sought after and successful coaches at a time when his life was placed in peril following the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.

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  5. Tenacious Torino grab a slice of city's football bragging rightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | West Australian

    Juventus may be powering towards a fourth consecutive title in Serie A but unfashionable city neighbours Torino are Italy's form team. Giampiero Ventura's side sit eighth in the table 22 points adrift of Juventus, but with plenty to celebrate after perhaps their most successful week in years.

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  6. Tragic tale of soccer hero who defied NazisRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNN

    Erno Egri Erbstein was a Hungarian coach who became one of the most revered figures in Italian football during the 1940s. Erbstein, who was Jewish, was a strong believer in the family unit.

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  7. Erno Egri Erbstein: Tragic tale of Jewish soccer hero who defied NazisRead the original story

    Yesterday | WICU12 Erie

    It is a tale of human endurance, defiance, heroism and tragedy during one of the darkest times of the 20th century. Brought to light by a new book, "The Triumph and Tragedy of Football's Forgotten Pioneer" by British author Dominic Bliss, it reveals how a Hungarian Jew established himself as one of soccer's most sought after and successful coaches at a time when his life was placed in peril following the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.

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  8. Gushue, Nichols reunited for another Brier runRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Telegram

    ... middle of a key situation." During the first 13 years Nichols threw third stones for Gushue, they won gold in Turin, Italy, in 2006 with Russ Howard and Jamie Korab. They also made the Brier playoffs six of eight years and lost in the final in 2007. ...

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  9. President doesn't want to sell impressive reported Chelsea target, but admits possibilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business News

    As Torino hit their stride, president Urbano Cairo has said that he would like to keep Matteo Darmian - but interest is high. Torino president Urbano Cairo has confirmed to Radio Kiss Kiss that Matteo Darmian is a wanted man, but would like to keep his star in man in a perfect world.

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  10. Brier 2015: Brad Gushue, Mark Nichols reunite for curling titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBC News

    ... Territories was 0-3. During the first 13 years Nichols threw third stones for Gushue, they won gold in Turin, Italy, in 2006 with Russ Howard and Jamie Korab. They made the Brier playoffs six of eight years and lost in the final in 2007. When ...

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  11. Pair reunite for another run at BrierRead the original story

    Monday | Fort Francis Times

    ... winner being crowned Sunday. During the first 13 years Nichols threw third stones for Gushue, they won gold in Turin, Italy in 2006 with Russ Howard and Jamie Korab. They also made the Brier playoffs six of eight years and lost in the final in 2007. ...

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  12. Paddy Agnew's Notes from Italy: Parma face expulsion but warning signs were always thereRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | World Soccer

    After being unable to fulfil a second league fixture, Parma are in grave danger of being kicked out of Serie A. If anyone had any doubts about the responsibility of Italy's football authorities for the current crisis afflicting bankruptcy threatened Parma FC, they would do well to consider the words spoken on Monday morning on Italian national radio by Maurizio Beretta, President of the Lega Serie A. Asked about a crisis which could yet see Parma immediately thrown out of Serie A, Beretta said: "The Lega and the Federation are not responsible for this [the Parma crisis]: there are rules and there are federal bodies which stipulate control periods, successive decisions and even fines during the season.

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  13. Has Chelsea midfield loan exile proven Mourinho wrong already?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business News

    Mohamed Salah has scored more goals for Fiorentina than he ever did with Chelsea , and could yet convince the Special One of his Premier League worth. Sent to Fiorentina as part of the deal that brought Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado to Stamford Bridge, Chelsea fans may not have seen the last of Mohamed Salah on the basis of his current performances for La Viola .

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  14. Gushue, Nichols reunite for another run at a Canadian men's curling titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Chronicle Herald

    ... Territories was 0-3. During the first 13 years Nichols threw third stones for Gushue, they won gold in Turin, Italy, in 2006 with Russ Howard and Jamie Korab. They made the Brier playoffs six of eight years and lost in the final in 2007. When ...

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  15. Brier recap: Newfoundland, Northern Ontario lead field at 3-0Read the original story

    Monday | Cape Breton Post

    ... Territories was 0-3. During the first 13 years Nichols threw third stones for Gushue, they won gold in Turin, Italy, in 2006 with Russ Howard and Jamie Korab. They made the Brier playoffs six of eight years and lost in the final in 2007. When ...

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  16. Gushue, Nichols reunite for another run for Canadian men's curling titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Globe and Mail

    ... Territories was 0-3. During the first 13 years Nichols threw third stones for Gushue, they won gold in Turin, Italy, in 2006 with Russ Howard and Jamie Korab. They made the Brier playoffs six of eight years and lost in the final in 2007. When ...

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  17. Gushue, Jacobs open Brier at 3-0Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Canada.com

    ... will be crowned Sunday. During the first 13 years Nichols threw third stones for Gushue, they won gold in Turin, Italy, in 2006 with Russ Howard and Jamie Korab. They made the Brier playoffs six of eight years and lost in the final in 2007. When ...

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  18. Downton Abbey effect sees impoverished Italian nobles inspired to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | The Independent

    Italy's painful recession has reached its aristocracy who are struggling with maintenance costs, increasing costs of living and changes in property taxes Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Think of it as Airbnb with turrets and copious waiting staff.

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  19. Rare works from a Renaissance masterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    Muscarelle Museum of Art director Aaron De Groft stands in front of an exhibit of Leonardo da Vinci drawings on Thursday in Williamsburg. Muscarelle Museum of Art director Aaron De Groft stands in front of an exhibit of Leonardo da Vinci drawings on Thursday in Williamsburg.

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  20. Hellas Verona and the triumph of egalitarianismRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | World Soccer

    Thirty seasons ago, Hellas Verona won their first and to date only scudetto and most of Italy celebrated. After all, this was not just a victory for a shrewd manager who had molded a group of talented individuals into an excellent cohesive unit, nor was it simply the standard feel-good reaction to the triumph of an underdog.

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