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Yellow Card

A yellow form found in the back of the British National Formulary which doctors use in the UK to report adverse drug reactions.
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It further reported the breakdown of Yellow Cards for the first half of this year issued by type, as follows: 6,602 family cards (with dependents); 9,164 solo cards; 3,594 senior citizens; and 1,183 city government employees.
Yellow cards should be given with good reason - not for silly stuff like that.
Of the eighteen referees who have taken charge of Premier League games this season, Dean is second on the leaderboard, giving out an average of 4.35 yellow cards per game.
"They changed the rules this season so that two yellow cards in the FA Cup earn you a ban," said Flynn.
( Yellow cards: Ali Saqr 29, Cheick Diabate 50, Abdulla Musa 82)
He continued: "It was difficult to accept two yellow cards in three minutes.
Foster also reiterated that the All Blacks did not agree with the yellow card handed out to France lock Paul Gabrillagues last week for a tackle on Ryan Crotty.
Because he did not receive a yellow card, the incident could have been reviewed by the FA's video panel.
Should a player receive 20 yellow cards in a season, they are required to attend an FA disciplinary hearing.
Should they reach the group stage all yellow card and pending yellow-card suspensions will be wiped out.
NEWPORT GWENT DRAGONS director of rugby Lyn Jones criticised the referee for giving "needless" yellow cards in the 32-13 Pro12 loss to Edinburgh.
City's task was made much easier by Smalling, who received two yellow cards in eight minutes just before halftime.