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March 5, 1987 | From Reuters
China has agreed to build a sports complex in the northern Jordanian city of Irbid and provide an interest-free loan, repayable in Jordanian industrial goods, for the project, a Chinese official said Wednesday.
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March 5, 1987 | From Reuters
China has agreed to build a sports complex in the northern Jordanian city of Irbid and provide an interest-free loan, repayable in Jordanian industrial goods, for the project, a Chinese official said Wednesday.
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SPORTS
August 13, 1987 | MARK HEISLER
Three weeks into training camp, the Raiders finally registered 100% attendance Wednesday when their last holdouts, center Don Mosebar and right tackle Shelby Jordan, signed contracts and joined drills. Thus the Raiders, who were supposed to be rebuilding their offensive line after last season's team record of 64 sacks allowed, can finally put a No. 1 unit together. "I think we'll have a pretty good offensive line when the dust settles," Coach Tom Flores said.
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May 3, 2012 | Bill Dwyre
Ah, the glamour of being an Olympic medalist. It is an overcast Wednesday morning in Newhall. The parking lot at the Oak Tree Gun Club is already filling up and the greatest competitive female gunslinger in the history of the good ol' USA is being put through the paces by a photographer. Our modern-day Annie Oakley stands on a square of dirt, next to a field of gravel and facing a scraggly hill. A sign warns of rattlesnakes in the area, and Kim Rhode laughs and says, "Almost sat on one here.
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June 4, 1993 | MARK HEISLER and GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
On the Michael Jordan watch, it was another day, another controversy, more stonewalling. Jordan, alleged to have lost golf bets totaling $1.252 million to San Diego businessman Richard Esquinas, was sighted driving into the Bulls' practice facility at Deerfield, Ill., Thursday at a high rate of speed.
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