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Penicillin, see there.
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Cardiff's Executive Director and CEO Ken Choo added: "I'm sure I speak for all fans of the Club when I say that we are thrilled to see Neil put pen to paper on a new contract.
It needs people to put pen to paper - Ian Reynolds, with some of his medication, left Pictures by PETER REIMANN "PLEASE HELP PATIENTS: Granddaughter Ava has a cuddle for grateful Ian
Indian Airlines put pen to paper on a deal for 43 A320 family aircraft that was approved by the Indian government last September.
But once they've been resolved I would love to sit down and put pen to paper.'
BIRTHDAY boy Jean Alain Boumsong last night put pen to paper on a four-year Ibrox deal that will rake him in TWICE what any player in the SPL earns.
An evolving field ever since its scholars put pen to paper, the last decade has perhaps witnessed the greatest upheaval in the study of human bondage.
He served as a delegate to the Constitutional Convention, and when it came time to put pen to paper, it was Morris to whom the other founders turned.
Thirty years later, Faderman put pen to paper on a long flight and wrote a brief memoir called "A Disquisition on Ambition at 30,000 Feet." What had driven her--the daughter of an immigrant garment worker--to earn her Ph.D., to publish books, to pioneer the field of lesbian history?
Former Hednesford and Sutton Town wide player Reece, who ended last season at Woking, has signed after impressing in pre-season while striker Ashby, freed by Coventry City, is expected to put pen to paper tonight.
WE would like to say a big thank-you to everyone who has congratulated us on the success of Double Trigger at Goodwood especially those who took the trouble to put pen to paper. (In fact, Trigger gets more mail than we do at the moment!) It is such a privilege for us to be involved with a horse like Trigger, who can give so much pleasure to so many people.
IT may have taken three weeks to put pen to paper, but Robbie Evans insists there was never any danger he wasn't going to sign his new Wrexham deal.
UP IN THE AIR Wenger has yet to put pen to paper on a new deal, but he'll be staying put