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of the campaign, they managed to record one of its most memorable results of its short history. On 16 October 2002, Macedonia played former world champions England in Southampton, which was England's first home game in Southampton in almost 100 years. Macedonia grabbed the lead early in the first half after Artim Sakiri scored directly from a corner kick, leaving English goalkeeper David Seaman stunned. England soon leveled the game, but not before Macedonia managed to take the lead once again. However, the game ended 2–2 after England managed to score a second equalizer in the second half. Macedonia lost to England 2–1 at home in the return leg, which took place in September 2003. Macedonia's only win of the campaign came on 7 June 2003, when they beat Liechtenstein 3–1 at home. Macedonia did not qualify for the Euro 2004 (UEFA Euro 2004) tournament, which was held in Portugal, finishing fourth in the group with six points, their worst final points tally to date. *South_India → South_Indian_culture *Southampton → Southampton_City_Council *Southern_Europe → Mediterranean_Europe A team at Surrey Quays co-ordinates the daily printing requirement for newspapers at contract sites in Belfast, Bradford, Bristol, Didcot, Dundee, Glasgow, Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne), Plymouth, Southampton, Stoke (Stoke-on-Trent), and Trafford Park, and abroad in Madrid, Orlando (Orlando, Florida) and Tenerife, and magazines with Quebecor and Polestar Group mainly at Corby and Watford. Southampton & South Hampshire the districts of Southampton, Eastleigh, Test Valley, the northern part of Winchester (Winchester, Hampshire) and the eastern part of New Forest - Background Born in 1944, Helmer attended King Edward VI Grammar School (King Edward VI School, Southampton) in Southampton (1955–62), and Churchill College, Cambridge where he read mathematics, graduating in 1965. Early life He was educated at Oakmount School, Southampton and Sherborne School, Dorset. Jones was born in Southampton and from 1955 to 1961 studied at the Hornsey College of Art (London). He was expelled from the Royal College of Art; from 1961 to 1963 he taught at Croydon College of Art. destinations hubs Birmingham, London, Manchester, Glasgow, Gatwick Airport (London Gatwick Airport), Heathrow Airport (London Heathrow Airport), Southampton, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield fleet - Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hampshire Southampton Commons:Category:Southampton


Northern Ireland

on the first day. On Day 2, Tiger Woods moved into the lead early in the day and remained at the top of the leaderboard at the close, one shot ahead of Ernie Els. During the third round the top of the field bunched up, with several leading players moving into contention, but Woods regained a one stroke lead at the end of the day, over Chris DiMarco, Sergio García, and Ernie Els. Woods shot a 67 in the final round to win by two shots over DiMarco at 270, 18-under par, only one shot short of his own to-par record for all majors. It was his third Open Championship, eleventh major, and he became the first man to pass $60 million in PGA Tour career earnings. *17–20 August: '''PGA Championship (2006 PGA Championship)''' - '''Winner: Tiger Woods''' The tournament was played at Medinah Country Club near Chicago, which had been extended to 7,561 yards, making it the longest course in major championship history. The event was closely contested for three rounds, with a ten-way tie at one point early in round 3, but Tiger Woods pulled clear on the fourth day to win by five shots over Shaun Micheel. It was Woods' third PGA Championship win and his twelfth major championship title. Woods also became the first player ever to win the PGA twice on the same course, and the first in the era of the modern Grand Slam to win two major championships in each of two successive years. Campbell was born in New Barnsley in west Belfast in Northern Ireland and moved to Dublin to work in the building industry. At some point, he joined the INLA, an Irish Republican paramilitary group. After his death, his parents said they were unaware that he had been involved in politics. WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland


Taiwan

aid from the government of the Republic of China in Taiwan, led by Chiang Kai-shek. At the 1985 U.S. Open, North found himself two shots behind Taiwan's Tze-Chung Chen going into the final round, but three shots clear of the rest of the field. Chen moved into a four shot lead early on, but threw the tournament wide open by shooting a quadruple bogey eight on the fifth hole. The lead swung between North, Chen, Denis Watson, Payne Stewart A Blast From The Past , and Dave Barr (Dave Barr (golfer)), who had surged into contention, but North went into the last hole with a two shot lead, and his bogey five was enough to give him a second major championship (Men's major golf championships). Hard-luck Andy North scrambles to U.S. Open title '''Tze-Chung Chen''' (陳志忠; pinyin: Chén Zhìzhōng) (born 24 June 1958) is a Taiwanese professional golfer. In the U.S., he is often referred to as '''T.C. Chen'''. His older brother, Tze-Ming Chen, is also a professional golfer. In 1982, T.C. Chen became the first professional golfer from Taiwan to earn a PGA Tour card. He played a total of 132 tournaments on the PGA Tour, making the cut in 78, with 13 top-ten finishes, and over $633,000 in total earnings. thumb left OLPC XO-1 (Image:LaptopOLPC a.jpg) laptop The XO-1, previously known as the "$100 Laptop" or "Children's Machine", is an inexpensive laptop computer designed to be distributed to children in developing countries around the world,


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club rugby union competition. The match was played on 25 January 1997 at the Arms Park (Cardiff Arms Park) in Cardiff. The match was contested by Brive (CA Brive) of France and Leicester (Leicester Tigers) of England. Brive won the match 28–9; they took the lead early on through a fourth-minute penalty from Christophe Lamaison, and Sébastien Viars extended that lead with an unconverted try two minutes later. Leicester responded with three penalties from John Liley


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