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Windy Wellington – Expat Forum

The Dominion PostWindy WellingtonExpat ForumParts of the Miramar peninsula; Roseneath, Hataitai and Mt Victoria; Owhiro Bay up to Brooklyn; and pockets of Newlands, Johnsonville and Grenada North are among the windiest spots in the city. 233 The number...

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Siskiyou Sage: a fall for forever – Siskiyou Daily News

Siskiyou Sage: a fall for foreverSiskiyou Daily NewsA look at Yreka's talented girls varsity roster for hoops shows an impressive five players from Grenada. Where would this team be without Mackenzie Allen, Dakota Cash, Allie Charleboix, and the St...

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How Do You Fix a Soccer Game? – Slate Magazine

Slate MagazineHow Do You Fix a Soccer Game?Slate MagazineFIFA authorities are investigating the national teams of Cuba, Grenada, and El Salvador for the same thing. European officials are trying to squelch speculation that a couple of wild results in t...

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Melvin Earl LaPan – The Coloradoan

Melvin Earl LaPanThe ColoradoanHe was a Vietnam Veteran and also served in the invasion of Grenada. Mr. LaPan earned various military medals including the Legion of Merit and three air medals. He was a crew chief door gunner in Vietnam. After retiring ...

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How windy is Wellington, really? – Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzHow windy is Wellington, really?Stuff.co.nzParts of the Miramar peninsula; Roseneath, Hataitai and Mt Victoria; Owhiro Bay up to Brooklyn; and pockets of Newlands, Johnsonville and Grenada North are among the windiest spots in the city. Well...

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Gold Cup match-fixing allegations highlight serious global problem – CNN

SuperSport.comGold Cup match-fixing allegations highlight serious global problemCNNGames involving Grenada, Cuba and El Salvador at the 2011 Gold Cup are being investigated for match-fixing. Held in 13 US cities last summer, the CONCACAF Gold Cup drew ...

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