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#52 THE ROUGEAU BROTHERS vs THE DREAM TEAM

The Dream Team – Greg Valentine and Brutus Beefcake – are joined by Dino Bravo and Luscious Johnny. Odds seem kind of stacked against the Rougeaus here. 317 more words

Throwback 20 - Dream Team

What do you get if you cross Hollyoaks and Premier League football? The answer is Sky One’s Dream Team. A drama/soap centred around the fictional football team Harchester United and the on and off field antics and scandals. 741 more words

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Day 24: Mission Accomplished!

Miles: 37.8

Elevation: 2134

The day we thought about pedello-Ing back across the Atlantic!

Perhaps it was because are just so addicted to our bikes that we couldn’t bear the thought of a rest day or more realistically we were tempted by the thought that on Portuguese Independence Day there would be less trucks on the road… 192 more words

Most Appearances in the English Rugby League Super League Dream Team: The All-Star Dream Team

Each year the English Rugby League chooses a “Dream Team” of the best players in each position for that Super League season.  This year it is the 20th Super League Grand Final and the 22nd such  Dream Team (the first was in 1996) and I thought it would be a good time to look at which players have been selected most times in each position.  224 more words

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(1990’s | athletese | “crack team or group”)

The second moldy oldie in a row, this term was well established by 1980 — it turns up in Google Books before 1950 — but primarily in athletic contexts, as in the high school basketball All-American team. 583 more words

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Dream Team.

Some people question the ability to have work friends; does it work? Are they true friends? Depends… There are those who I work with who are absolutely friends and would do anything for you. 71 more words

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Team Work Makes The Dream Work

We all know the saying, “Team work makes the dream work”. It’s a cliche we were told to never use in our writing because it decreases the validity and credibility of your statement, but I beg to differ. 580 more words