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02 March 2006

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William Murray

My favorite is the ancient sport of cheese rolling which takes places every May Bank Holiday on Coopers Hill in Gloucestershire, England. Competitors chase Double Gloucester cheeses down the hill in front of thousands of spectators, members of the St. John's Ambulance Service, and a team from SARAID (Search and Rescue in Disasters). Where would I put works on cheese-rolling? You tell me Mr. Dewey Blog Man.

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Manchester United is the most successful Premier League club having won the title 10 times. It all began in 1993 when manager Sir Alex Ferguson ended a 26-year wait to lift the Premier League circlet.

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