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Thiago Silva against Liverpool was a waste of time. We won the league a year ago but we have to show in every game and training we are ready. "He said that he wanted to make the club stronger and that I would be able to help him do that".

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Federal judge orders Kentucky clerk, her staff to court

A deputy clerk told April Miller and Karen Roberts, that no licenses would be issued. "It is not a light issue for me", Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis said later through her lawyers. The leader of the organization providing her legal representation, Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel , says he's not sure precisely how many husbands Davis has had, but that it's not relevant.

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Session asked to impeach Rowan clerk

Kim Davis , the Kentucky County Court clerk who has persistently refused to issue gay marriage licenses , has asked the Supreme Court to hear her case. Davis appears to consider such participation irredeemably sinful: "If it happened, there is no absolution or correction that any earthly court can provide to rectify", SCOTUSBlog suggested.
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