Pearson saw

Pearson saw

a chain saw used in large animal obstetrics. It is safe in operation but limited to making cuts in a longitudinal direction.
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First Shaun Pearson saw a flick cannon off the top of the bar, James Montgomery unable to secure a long free kick into the Heed box, before Scott Boden saw an effort cleared off the line by Paddy McLaughlin from the resulting corner.
Jamie Pearson saw Deighton's best effort tipped around a post.
In 2015 Nigel Pearson saw his Leicester side fall the bottom of the Premier League.
Stephen Pearson saw his initial shot bravely blocked in the box by Mark O'Hara but sub Moult picked up the scraps and poked home a precise winner.
PORT Vale's play-off aspirations were dealt a further blow as a moment of individual brilliance from Ben Pearson saw Barnsley to a 2-1 win.
Pearson saw Miller in the darkness at the last moment but was unable to avoid striking him, police said.
TyneMet were in no mood to take their foot off the gas and substitute Dale Pearson saw the home keeper scamper across his goal well to tip wide his 25-yard free-kick.
Pearson saw this conflict as a battle between a middle power against a powerful alliance and he didn't think, that this kind of reckless power grab was a good idea in an age of atomic warfare.
And Pearson saw his side deservedly go ahead when Gallagher took a short corner to David Nugent, whose attempted cross ricocheted back into the path of the Scot and he drilled a right-foot shot past Lewis at the near post.
That said, Merthyr had more than enough chances to notch up another comfortable victory but this time were unable to hit the target and relied upon a second own goal to give them a 22nd-minute lead, as this time, the luckless Pearson saw his tame back pass bounce over goalkeeper Steve Scannell and find the empty net.
It was set up to help the war blinded of World War I in 1915 when founder Arthur Pearson saw that men, initially in the Army and Navy, could be rehabilitated through blindness and still serve a useful role in society.
Set up to help the war blinded of World War One in 1915 founder Arthur Pearson saw that men, initially in the Army and Navy, could be rehabilitated through blindness and still serve a useful role in society.

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