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Some articles on ended:

KÍ Klaksvík
... In the 2010 season, KÍ started out slow, but they ended the season on a high note and secured a place to return to the flight of Faroese football in the 2011 season ... KÍ ended the season in a respectable 5 ... In the 2012 season, KÍ continued to climb the table and ended in 4 ...
Estádio D. Afonso Henriques - Games Held
... between Denmark and Italy, in which the match ended 0–0 ... this time between Bulgaria and Italy, in which it ended 2–1 to Italy with goals from Martin Petrov for Bulgaria and goals from Simone Perrotta and Antonio Cassano for ... game for Italy 2–1, in the other game between Denmark and Sweden, it ended 2–2 with a late 89th minute strike from Mattias Jonson ...
2008–09 Tottenham Hotspur F.C. Season - Season 2008–2009 - February
... The highly anticipated match ended 0–0 with Spurs enjoying the dominant moments in the game thanks, in part, to the first half sending off of Arsenal midfielder ... An eleven day rest, ended with a trip to Ukraine to face champions league drop-outs, Shakhtar Donetsk in the Last 32 of the UEFA Cup ... Tottenham ended the February set of fixtures only three days later with the return leg of Shakhtar Donetsk, Tottenham again fielded a severely weakened team, due in part to the 2009 Football League Cup Final ...
HP7 - Adaptations - Film
... Filming began in February 2009, and ended on 12 June 2010 ... Reshoots officially ended around December 2010 ... Part 1 ended at Chapter 24 of the book, when Voldemort regained the Elder Wand ...
Gerald Kersh
... Kersh was drafted into the army during the Second World War, and ended up writing for the Army Film Unit ... Despite apparently 'deserting' Kersh ended up in France during the liberation where he discovered that many of his French relatives had ended up in Hitler's extermination camps ...

Famous quotes containing the word ended:

    He had the kind of merriment a man sometimes knows when events have ended in utter disaster.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)

    They listened at his heart.
    Little—less—nothing!—and that ended it.
    No more to build on there. And they, since they
    Were not the one dead, turned to their affairs.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    This conflict between the powers of love and chastity ... it ended apparently in the triumph of chastity. Love was suppressed, held in darkness and chains, by fear, conventionality, aversion, or a tremulous yearning to be pure.... But this triumph of chastity was only an apparent, a pyrrhic victory. It would break through the ban of chastity, it would emerge—if in a form so altered as to be unrecognizable.
    Thomas Mann (1875–1955)