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This point, he hasn earned our trust back to say share this space. Expect Rae concerns echo those of other artists and members of the public. Belke presence at the Fringe, given the signed agreement, was never a physical threat to anybody. Free kick taken by Matt Oakley.90:00+1:42 Kyle Naughton fouled by Aaron Mclean, the ref awards a free kick. Matt Oakley takes the free kick.90:00+0:24 Corner from the left by line taken by Jimmy Bullard, save by Chris Weale.90:00+0:24 Booking The referee shows Jack Hobbs a yellow card for unsporting behaviour.90:00+0:13 Cameron Stewart produces a cross, Kyle Naughton manages to make a clearance.88:34 Unfair challenge on Richie Wellens by James Harper results in a free kick. Jack Hobbs takes the indirect free kick.86:46 Substitution Matt Oakley joins the action as a substitute, replacing Lloyd Dyer.86:29 Martyn Waghorn crosses the ball, clearance by Anthony Gerrard.85:17 Corner taken by Martyn Waghorn from the right by line to the near post, Andy Dawson makes a clearance.84:46 Inswinging corner taken by Paul Gallagher from the left by line, clearance by Anthony Gerrard.83:20 A cross is delivered by Lloyd Dyer, Kamil Zayatte manages to make a clearance.82:21 Andy King is caught offside.
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2. Dances with Wolves (1990)Dances with Wolves presents the tale of reluctant Civil War hero Lieutenant John J. Dunbar (Kevin Costner), who, after the end of the war, wants to see the West before it’s gone forever. Twenty one hospital days were given to 1500 teachers for a fee of six dollars a year or fifty cents a month. The Great Depression began, and hospitals were losing patients. They heard about the Baylor plan, which became known as Blue Cross, and that it had been successful.