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  2. Michael Deiter - Wikipedia

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    Deiter was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the third round, 78th overall, in the 2019 NFL Draft. [13] As a rookie, he appeared in all 16 regular season games and started 15. [14] Deiter entered the 2021 season as the Dolphins starting center. He was placed on injured reserve on October 2, 2021. He was activated on December 4. [15]

  3. The 5th Quarter - Wikipedia

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    The 5th Quarter The 5th Quarter is a 2011 American drama film written, directed and produced by Rick Bieber and starring Aidan Quinn, Andie MacDowell, and Ryan Merriman . The option of the film was an interest to Ryan Johnston, a co-producer of the film, who was responsible in raising the $6.7 million dollars to produce the film.

  4. Buck's Club - Wikipedia

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    Buck's Club Buck's Club is a gentlemen's club in London, located at 18 Clifford Street, established in June 1919. P. G. Wodehouse mentions it in some stories and modelled his Drones Club mostly after Buck's. It is probably best known for the Buck's Fizz cocktail, created there in 1921 by its bartender McGarry.

  5. A career worth celebrating: Gehrig Dieter's South Bend ...

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    As a wideout with the Panthers from 2009-12, Dieter dominated the local gridiron, finishing with 4,336 receiving yards, setting multiple Indiana High School football state records that still stand.

  6. Buckie - Wikipedia

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    Coordinates: 57°40′34″N 2°57′54″W  / . 57.676°N 2.965°W. / 57.676; -2.965. Buckie ( Scottish Gaelic: Bucaidh [2]) is a burgh town (defined as such in 1888) on the Moray Firth coast of Scotland. Historically in Banffshire, Buckie was the largest town in the county until the administrative area was abolished in 1975.

  7. Yes Network’s Michael Kay compared Yankees’ ALCS motivational ...

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    The Astros beat the Yankees 6-5 to complete their sweep in the ALCS and reach the World Series for the fourth time in six years — which prompted quite the rant from Yes Network’s Michael Kay ...

  8. At Qatar’s World Cup, LGBTQ fans are supposedly ‘welcome’ but ...

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    Nasser Al-Khater, the Supreme Committee’s CEO, has said that gay fans will be allowed to hold hands, and Pride flags will be tolerated. "We have a country that's conservative, however we are a ...