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AHAND?DRAWN Christmas card designed by the cofounder of legendary Viz comic is one of a unique set of cards created by celebrities to raise money for the MS Society.
"But in the second half I flicked aball on and he blocked it with ahand.It could easily have been given as a penalty.
Murray picked up the ball 30 yards from goal and unleashed a stunning drive which flew past keeper Andy Woodman, who lost his footing ashe tried to get ahand near the cannonball effort.
His best work came midway through the second half when he saved a Gary Harkins header then got ahand to a Mark Roberts drive which was going in.
Volkan did get ahand to it but could only help it on its way in off the underside of his bar.
Ahand shake is as good as a contract between me and Gats.
The unbeaten Barrhead light-welterweight has been advised to hang up his gloves - after breaking ahand five times in his 15-fight pro career.
BINGO WING-A flap of loose skin that hangs down from the upper arm (so called because it is often displayed by people raising ahand to claim victory in bingo).
Thehome side's response was muted and Barry Robson got away with what looked like ahand ball inside his own box while United withstood another Rangers onslaught.
More drama followed when Berwick levelled in 41 minutes with an Andy Seaton penalty after ahand ball in the box.
It was not to beand Valois played a ahand in Bordeaux's openerwhenhe gave away possession in the middle of the park.
AHANDS.ON butchery class may not sound the normal way to spend a Sunday, but as part of a recent Food Adventure, a group were able to try their hand at the mechanics of meat.
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