Trade Deflection

Peru beat Paraguay on penalties to reach Copa semi-finals

Goiania (Brazil), July 3 (IANS): Peru have advanced to the Copa America semi-finals for the second time in three years with a spectacular 4-3 victory on penalties over Paraguay here. Miguel Trauco converted the decisive shot after the teams were stuck 3-3 at the end of regulation time at the …

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Far too early depth maps: projection of the 2021 NT order of WVU

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a look at each group of positions and giving our depth map projections way too soon. Today, we move on to nose tackles. Entrance – Akheem Mesidor Mesidor had a phenomenal freshman season last fall, racking up 32 tackles, 6.5 tackles for …

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Zachary L’Heureux – Profile of the 2021 NHL Draft

His offensive play stands out, but L’Heureux is a very reliable defender as he is able to provide excellent evenly coverage on the back check and penalty. He puts a lot of pressure on the puck carrier and always likes to gain the advantage by immobilizing the opponent with a …

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Patrick Patterson tweeted vulgarly for the NBA over a missed call

An LA Clippers player tweets what many were thinking following Saturday’s Game 4 loss to the Phoenix Suns. The Suns narrowly held on to defeat the Clippers by a final score of 84-80. A crucial moment came with 7.8 seconds left when Clippers forward Nicolas Batum cleared the ball away …

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Tampa Bay Lightning advance to Stanley Cup final with Game 7 shutout against New York Islanders

The New York Islanders missed out on a victory in their quest to return to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 1984, down in a 1-0 loss in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals ( ish) against the Lightning in Tampa. The loss ends an epic …

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Green unrest and “unnecessary” votes

“Prepare for an unnecessary election” Scum political reporter Karl Nerenberg readers warn, citing as evidence “Ottawa insiders” who, he notes, “are almost unanimous in believing” that Canadians will go to the polls “well before the end of 2021”. It is, he asserts, a scenario that “the media and politicians talk …

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As Barnaby Joyce unleashes new tension of climate denial, can Labor close the credibility gap? | Peter Lewis

WWhile the Prime Minister is locked in the Lodge in quarantine, his Coalition partners have infected the body politic with a new Delta strain of climate denial by restaurant Barnaby Joyce at the second highest office in the country. After barely surviving the ‘G7 plus besties’ event in Cornwall with …

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