STINT


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STINTStandard Interface (for computer)
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The 31-year-old has spent three previous stints at the number one spot- 46 weeks between August 18, 2008 and July 5, 2009, 56 weeks from June 7, 2010 to July 3, 2011 and 39 weeks between October 7, 2013 and July 6, 2014.
His playing career also included stints at Hibernian, Norwich, Oldham Athletic, Port Vale and Wrexham.
A career in coaching followed, with two stints at Preston, before a short-lived tenure at West Brom.
However, the WFI officials maintained that it was an excuse from Belarus as having a training stint with the Indian team would have exposed their own top grapplers and thus minimised their chances at the Games.
SVG cost them a further half-minute as he began his final stint, speeding in the pit lane and earning himself a penalty.
Morada, the team's skipper, admits their Vietnam stint have made them stronger and more aggressive, saying: "It forged our bond and prepared us for the challenges of the PSL.
Tickets for Jackman's ystanbul outing, originally planned as a two-night stint on March 17 and 18, are already on sale on Zorlu Center PSM's website.
The 28-year-old's last goal, during a loan stint at Leeds United last season, came at the John Smith's Stadium, Town winning the Championship clash 3-2.
He s also had a two-year stint at Cadbury China and a seven year stint at Cadbury India.
In Touch Weekly unveiled Portia de Rossi's month-long rehab stint particularly driven by Ellen's controlling ways.
Summary: After a stint at Hogan Lovells, Miyun Sung has returned to in-house work as Finjan Holdings Inc.
I was in the car for the start and we had a fairly good first stint, despite the cockpit being absolutely roasting