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The word "Spartan" spans the back of the waistband on the black velvet shorts that sag from the chiseled man's slim, muscular waist. "Mitchell" is printed on the front of the waistband and a No. 48 is on the side in Michigan State green.
West Virginia's festive arrival in the Big 12 even has Baylor pumped up.
The world last year wasn't quite as warm as it has been for most of the past decade, government scientists said Thursday, but it continues a general trend of rising temperatures.
Struggling to hold back tears, Clive Wheldon's voice quivered as he spoke about his son, "a true champion and a gentleman."
What happens when you cross the world's largest social network with one of the hottest business models in e-commerce? Facebook wants to find out.
Americans' confidence in the economy grew in April as fears about the job market eased, outweighing the pain from rising prices at the gas pump.
He said he has enjoyed the time off but hopes the labor difficulties will end soon.
"In Nashville," he says, "they have these brothels, these publishing whorehouses, where they assign you, me, and one other guy to a songwriting appointment from 4:45 to 6:15.