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- Clarifying the callups, plus another outdoor game that doesn't include the Leafs
- Reading tea leaves again on the whole outdoor game thing. The NHL announced an outdoor game between the Oilers and the Jets, in Winnipeg, for next October. The league did so on Sunday, when -- conveniently -- the Oilers were visiting the Jets.
- Unique Places: Tea Leafs in Williamsville
- WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. - If you like tea and you like options, Tea Leafs just might be your cup of tea.
- Alarming levels of pesticides in vegetables across Kerala
- Pesticides were found in Garam Masala, Kashmiri pepper power, Curry masala, Coriander powder, Pickle powder, Sambar powder, Tea leafs, Cumin seeds, Cumin powder, Dry ginger powder and Fenugreek powder. The Food and Safety standards authority ...
- Lightning goalie Ben Bishop named to Team USA for World Cup of Hockey
- He has played on the past two Olympic teams and is considered one of the U.S.'s best pure goal scorers, but he's had a challenging first season with the Pittsburgh Penguins after a tough, by his standards, last season with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
- Made for Mum
- Perhaps the perfect choice is the hybrid tea rose 'Mum in a Million' (left), a pink variety with perfumed blooms from summer through to autumn, available from specialist rose grower Style Roses (bare root £11.95; bush rose potted, £13.95, styleroses.
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