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Then to close out the season, Washington returns home for meetings with Rivera’s old team, the Panthers, and the Seattle Seahawks, before heading to Philadelphia with possibly a playoff berth on the line.
After everyone cooled down, the 6-3 teams, in contention for a wild-card berth, turned their attention to football.
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From here, Ohio State needs to sweep Illinois, Michigan State and Michigan — none of whom will escape this weekend with a winning record — and then defeat the Big Ten West champ to effectively sew up a playoff berth.
Like at airports, berths are used by multiple ships, and a late ship can cause larger delays in the system.
It ended, as Butler was leading Miami to a berth in the NBA Finals, with a first-round sweep and the dismissal of head coach Brett Brown.
She put up 35 points in a game early on, she’s led the late charge by the Atlanta Dream in pursuit of a playoff berth, and she’s been everything head coach Nicki Collen could have hoped when the team drafted Carter fourth and handed her the offense.
He showed his wisdom in giving the Pandemonium card-room a very wide berth for the rest of his days.
Let the young philosopher avoid such practice, and give a wide berth to those who follow them.
This was not a bad idea, although the stranger shuddered as he thought of his ill-smelling stateroom and short berth.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
This seemed reasonable, and the people settled upon it, and gave him a wide berth as one who wished to be let alone.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES

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