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Kitchener, Ontario

ate dinner with hockey legend Tim Horton. thumb 2005 Calgary Hitmen (File:2005 teddy toss.JPG) teddy bear toss A '''teddy bear toss''' is a popular Christmas season promotion at many minor and junior hockey (ice hockey) arenas throughout North America. Fans are encouraged to bring teddy bears to the game, and to throw them onto the ice when the home team scores its first goal. The toys are then gathered up to be donated as Christmas presents to hospitals and charities


Kansas City, Missouri

to R. H. Macy & Co. (Macy's)'s Midwest Division, which was later dissolved in 2006, were acquired in early 1986, while the three-unit Hemphill-Wells company in West Texas was purchased in the summer. thumb right Ray Fisher Stadium (Image:Ray Fisher Stadium scoreboard University of Michigan Ann Arbor.JPG) baseball scoreboard, University of Michigan For baseball the scoreboard will at the minimum show both team scores, as well as the current inning. In addition the number of balls


Syria

to be heavy and the Israeli jets are reported to have made it back to their headquarters." The team scores and while celebrating Flint returns and his news report continues: "A 49-year-old unidentified man went berserk last night, opening fire with a 12-gauge shotgun in a crowded downtown restaurant... Fighting broke out overnight between rival factions along the Israeli-Syrian border. Initial reports claim the Israeli fighters bombed a guerrilla base, kill—"


Toronto

fighter Rich Franklin uses this song as his entrance theme at his fights. *During home matches of the Toronto lacrosse team Toronto Rock, when the team scores, the title line is often played to celebrate the goal. *At New England Patriots home games, the song is played before the opening kickoff, where it is accompanied by a highlight video. When Brian Johnson yells "Fire!" the minutemen on the sidelines fire their muskets. In Canada, anti-Italian and anti


Portugal

'' in Portuguese) is a 4 player-partnership point trick-taking card game. The game is most popular in Portugal, Brazil and Angola. Its closest known relative is the very similar German game Einwerfen. *The rubber being of 6 points instead of 4 (frequently played in the north of Portugal). In this case taking all the tricks will make you win 4 games, not the entire rubber. *If a team scores more than 90 points, the defeated one loses 2 games - this is called "rolha"


Israel

;). Flint (Flint (G.I. Joe)) approaches and gives the kids a bewildering account of the day's international news. The news is as follows, "Damage to the base is said to be heavy and the Israeli jets are reported to have made it back to their headquarters." The team scores and while celebrating Flint returns and his news report continues: "A 49-year-old unidentified man went berserk last night, opening fire with a 12-gauge shotgun in a crowded downtown restaurant... Fighting


Japan

''', the Central League most valuable player and batting champion (batting average), who bats in two of the three runs the team scores against the second, third, and fourth games of the Series. ''For other baseball news, see 2006 in baseball, current sports events, and the Wikinews baseball portal (wikinews:Portal:Baseball).'' '''''Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon''''', known in Japan as zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Canada

that advocates closer ties between Canada, Mexico, and the United States, including a common currency and common EU (European Union) style parliament. Use in sporting events Part 2 of the song has often been played at various sporting events in Canada and the United States, particularly when the home team scores (or wins). It was played first in a sport setting at Kalamazoo Wings (Kalamazoo Wings (1974–2000)) hockey games in 1974 when Kevin O'Brien, the public


United States

by right fielder '''Kosuke Fukudome''', the Central League most valuable player and batting champion (batting average), who bats in two of the three runs the team scores against the second, third, and fourth games of the Series. ''For other baseball news, see 2006 in baseball, current sports events, and the Wikinews baseball portal (wikinews:Portal:Baseball).'' '''Lauren Anderson''' (born June 6, 1980; Milwaukee, Wisconsin) ref name julkingly

, particularly when the home team scores (or wins). It was played first in a sport setting at Kalamazoo Wings (Kalamazoo Wings (1974–2000)) hockey games in 1974 when Kevin O'Brien, the public relations and marketing director, started using it during games. '' Westword '', 4 October 2001 When he went to work for the Colorado Rockies (Colorado Rockies (NHL)) hockey team in 1976, he brought


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