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Emerging Springboks - Current Squad
... drew with the British and Irish Lions Backs Player Position Club Heini Adams Scrum-half Bulls Jano Vermaak Scrum-half Lions Willem de Waal Fly-half Stormers Earl Rose Fly-half Griquas Rugby Morgan ...
1989–90 Chicago Bulls Season
... The 1989–1990 Chicago Bulls finished the regular season with a 55-27 record, averaging 109.5 points per game and being led by Michael Jordan's league-leading 33.6 ... in the Central Division and a third seed in the playoffs, the Bulls advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals before losing a seven game series to the eventual champion Detroit Pistons ...
Mike Brown (basketball, Born 1963)
... four years of college ball, Brown was selected by the Chicago Bulls in the third round of the 1985 NBA Draft ... on to play eleven seasons (1986-1997) in the NBA as a member of the Bulls, the Utah Jazz, the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Philadelphia 76ers, and the Phoenix Suns ... worked as an assistant coach for the Chicago Bulls ...
Bulls, New Zealand
... Bulls is a small town near Palmerston North on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand ... the aircrew from the nearby Royal New Zealand Air Force base at Ohakea live in Bulls ... former Lake Alice Psychiatric hospital is 8 km north of Bulls, the hospital closed in 1999 ...
Durham Bulls - History
... The Durham Bulls were founded in 1902 as the Durham Tobacconists ... In December 1912, the Durham Tobacconists re-formed as the Durham Bulls in the North Carolina State League ... They defeated the Raleigh Capitals 7-4 ...

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    Every new stroke of civilization has cost the lives of countless brave men, who have fallen defeated by the “dragon,” in their efforts to win the apples of the Hesperides, or the fleece of gold. Fallen in their efforts to overcome the old, half sordid savagery of the lower stages of creation, and win the next stage.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    He that bulls the cow must keep the calf.
    Sixteenth-century English proverb.