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Adam Le Fondre celebrates his goal for Reading against Crawley in the FA Cup third round on Saturday. 
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Charles Cowling
    By Guy Keleny in the Independent here. “…this column does not wish to sound like a choleric pedant holding forth in about the year 1950, so we do not go on about ‘Americanisms’. “The simple truth is that there is more commerce of words eastward across the Atlantic than westward
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Photo courtesy of Lewis Brockway 2012   1. The late night shopping experience   Posted by Andy Clarke    ED’S NOTE — We have featured Andy’s adventures with his innovative Curve coffin from the very beginning. Here, he describes the experience of exhibiting at a Christmas shopping event organised by
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Charles Cowling
  Pain that is not relieved in a person’s life continues after they are gone, held as a sordid memory by loved ones.  Just as we retain treasured thoughts of joy, wisdom and warmth, we preserve images of pain.  Unrequited suffering contaminates memory, preventing healing, healthy grieving and closure. This
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  “Tony Greig died of a heart attack on Saturday. It was probably for him a merciful release because the late stage of any cancer is often hell on earth.” So wrote Christopher Martin-Jenkins in The Times on 31 December. He knew what he was writing about. He died of
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  The old year is dead and buried (thank you, gentlemen). The lights are on once more in the GFG-Batesville Shard. We’re back at our desks. And we’re full of zest and zing. We hope you are, too. You have our best wishes for success, happiness in 2013 and the