Bleacher Report
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Anthony Joshua might have been OK with an easier ascension. But as he stood swollen-faced in a Wembley Stadium ring on Saturday night, the 27-year-old could scarcely have taken a more memorable trip to boxing's most sought-after galaxy. And following a classic 11th-round erasure of a gallant Wladimir Klitschko, the only questions still remaining ask just how high the now-three-belted champion might soar. Though a 19th-straight blowout might have swelled the ranks of Joshua fans, the fact the ex-Olympic king had to meld mettle with his menace does far more to boost street cred with those charged with vetting potential global superstars. He'd risen to prominence with punching power but appeared exhausted and out of ideas when Klitschko had the nerve to get off the floor and start responding with shots of his own. Then, just as it looked like Joshua would follow the trail Mike Tyson ingloriously blazed against Buster Douglas, he found a reservoir of toughness reserved only for the special.
BBC News 24
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Finn, so comfortable leaving for so long, flat with his first win in sight. This mistake allowed Sebastien better all to hunt down over the defining few nerve-racking labs. It was edge of your.
BBC News 24
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Channel 4
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Would you say that is the most impressive part of Valtteri's entire race, he held him off all the laps at the end? That is the difference between a champion and somebody who has just had a good race? Valtteri just held his nerve
Channel 4
an hour
just held his nerve. The gap came down to 1.5 seconds quite quickly. Then it stabilised in the one to 1.5 stone, then it came back to just under a second towards the end. I don't think we should play up the Massa affect, Valtteri had.
Informed Comment
9 hours
Brett Stephens at the NYT is the essence of fake news. The New York Times gave us the Iraq War with phony stories about aluminum tubes and Iraqi nuclear bomb projects, and biological weapons on bumpy Winnebagos on Iraq's potholed roads. The paper has a lot of great and honest reporters, but a little bit of arsenic can ruin an otherwise fine meal. What I can't understand is why people don't protest in front of coal plants and embarrass the utilities running them. They are the dirtiest, most dangerous things on the planet and all of them need to be closed down yesterday if we are to get a handle on climate change. Trump can't promote coal mining if there aren't any plants burning the noxious stuff (it is laced with mercury, a notorious nerve poison, quite apart from destroying the planet with CO2). - Related video added by Juan Cole: CGTN: Thousands gather in protest at People's Climate March
Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Forest face a nerve-wracking final day of the season after the Reds' 2-0 defeat at QPR means the relegation battle will go down to the wire. Barry Cooper rates the Forest players' performances at Loftus Road.JORDAN SMITH: Made a superb save in the opening stages and could do little about the opening QPR goal, which was finished well by Conor Washington, nor the second. Rating: 6/10ERIC LICHAJ: A typical Lichaj performance, full of effort and energy. As Forest chased the game, got more...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Forest face a nerve-wracking final day of the season after the Reds' 2-0 defeat at QPR means the relegation battle will go down to the wire. Barry Cooper rates the Forest players' performances at Loftus Road.JORDAN SMITH: Made a superb save in the opening stages and could do little about the opening QPR goal, which was finished well by Conor Washington, nor the second. Rating: 6/10ERIC LICHAJ: A typical Lichaj performance, full of effort and energy. As Forest chased the game, got more...
BBC Two England
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that shot. Needs to gather his thoughts. Has he got the nerve just to.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Welcome to Saturday's LIVE Nottingham Forest blog. It's matchday! And it's another huge weekend for the Reds as they battle to survive in the Championship. Mark Warburton's team head south to face QPR at Loftus Road this afternoon knowing a win would all but guarantee safety. We'll have live updates from the penultimate game of the season, and keep you up to date with what's happening elsewhere in the second tier. Will Forest avoid a nerve-wracking final day of the season and have their...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Welcome to Saturday's LIVE Nottingham Forest blog. It's matchday! And it's another huge weekend for the Reds as they battle to survive in the Championship. Mark Warburton's team head south to face QPR at Loftus Road this afternoon knowing a win would all but guarantee safety. We'll have live updates from the penultimate game of the season, and keep you up to date with what's happening elsewhere in the second tier. Will Forest avoid a nerve-wracking final day of the season and have their...
Collective Evolution
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A study released by the University of California, Berkeley (UBC) School of Public health has found many conventional lipstick products to contain dangerously high levels of aluminum, cadmium, lead, and other toxins. Researchers tested over 30 popular lipstick products and found this to be the case. The study was published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives. Even women using minimal amounts of product still increase their risk of developing harmful health conditions like nerve damage and cancer by an alarming amount. According to the study : Most of the tested lip products contained high concentrations of titanium and aluminum. All examined products had detectable manganese. Lead was detected in 24 products (75%), with an average concentration of 0.36 ± 0.39 ppm, including one sample with 1.32 ppm. When used at the estimated average daily rate, estimated intakes were > 20% of ADIs derived for aluminum, cadmium, chromium, and manganese.
Sky News
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he has to push harder. But it does make it nerve-wracking, the atmosphere and the ring. Joining me to get an idea of what's to come is boxing commentator Ronald McIntosh. This is one.
WhoWhatWhy
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The Iran Project
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Liverpool Echo
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Wasting this opportunity would be unforgivable for Klopps Reds - its time they held their nerve
Nottingham Evening Post
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Welcome to Saturday's LIVE Nottingham Forest blog. It's matchday! And it's another huge weekend for the Reds as they battle to survive in the Championship. Mark Warburton's team head south to face QPR at Loftus Road this afternoon knowing a win would all but guarantee safety. We'll have live updates from the penultimate game of the season, and keep you up to date with what's happening elsewhere in the second tier. Will Forest avoid a nerve-wracking final day of the season and have their...
Sky News
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capital of Europe? That is probably why they call it Hangar Lane hummus Chris Langridge is the savoury dip nerve centre of the UK. The other.
ITV
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What was the first day of filming like? I imagine it being nerve-racking, walking into the Queen Vic. Do you know what? I had such a nice step into it. I'd go in and see costume, and... OK. I knew I had quite a bit of stuff in the Vic, which was the most terrifying thing
Liverpool Echo
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Wasting this opportunity would be unforgivable for Klopps Reds - its time they held their nerve
The Herald - Sport
2 days
MARTYN Waghorn pours scorn on the theory that Rangers suffered a collective loss of nerve during Sunday's Old Firm match. Pedro Caixinha admitted in the aftermath of that 2-0 defeat that assistant Helder Baptista had been so concerned about how tense his players were before kick-off that he altered his pre-match team talk. Whatever he said, it didn't work, as the Ibrox side's players, save for the wrong-headed lunges of Andy Halliday, produced a strangely subdued first half display and didn't start playing until the match was nearly done. Waghorn denies the charge that he and his team-mates are mentally brittle and feels they have the character to atone from last week.
Deadline
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Channel 4
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has Type 2 diabetes caused by obesity. The disease damages nerve endings and restricts blood flow. She can't feel her feet and now her left foot has collapsed. It's probably not going to heal until she loses some more weight. So I'm going to use this disposable scalpel blade..
Washington Free Beacon
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President Trump took shots at Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff during his remarks Friday to the National Rifle Association, mocking him in particular for not being able to vote for himself due to not living in Georgia's sixth district. Ossoff is seeking to replace Trump's Health and Human Services Secretary, Tom Price, in the district in the north Atlanta suburbs. Ossoff finished at the top of a crowded field in a special election on April 18, but he came up short of 50 percent and was forced into a runoff with Republican Karen Handel. Trump joked about the 11 Republicans who vied for the top spot in the race and gave Ossoff an opening to victory, saying it was "nerve-shattering." Trump is attending a fundraiser for Handel later on Friday in Atlanta. "You know, she's running against someone who's going to raise your taxes to the sky, destroy your health care, and he's for open borders, lots of crime, and he's not even able to vote in the district that he's running in.