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1. He was yesterday given bail by South Yorkshire magistrates.
2. South Yorkshire police yesterday awarded Mr Long an out-of-court settlement before the case reached Sheffield high court.
3. The district general hospital in Barnsley, south Yorkshire called for such volunteers when 100 staff went sick.
4. Dennis, of Braithwell, South Yorkshire, was granted unconditional bail until his next appearance on December 2.
5. Andriy Shevchenko had not even travelled to South Yorkshire.
6. South Yorkshire Police and the Health and Safety Executive are investigating.
7. South Yorkshire Police said the disabled boy had suffered a broken right leg in the crash.
8. The South Yorkshire official was booed by Dutch fans at the final whistle and Liverpool forward Kuyt said: "We are angry that we lost because we came so close."
9. A spokesman for South Yorkshire Police said that the family were upset and had asked for their privacy to be respected.
10. Within days, Jolie, 33, from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, had been diagnosed with cancer. Tests showed it had started in her pancreas and spread beyond the spleen to her stomach and kidneys.
11. Mr Young, a bus driver from Sprotbrough, South Yorkshire, says he cannot get close to his wife Sue unless she is free of all creams.
12. Det Insp Angie Wright, of South Yorkshire Police, said after the hearing: "He was a pillar of society in terms of his occupation and his home."
13. For four years he stalked the streets of South Yorkshire, carrying stockings and tights to use as a mask and to tie up his victims.
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14. He was 73. served the Catholic community of West and South Yorkshire for 46 years.
15. And so I became the single, visible manifestation of homosexuality in South Yorkshire.
16. They tested the wine preference of 45 people from Sheffield in South Yorkshire and divided them into two groups -- those who liked sweet or dry wine.
17. And there are also trains from St. Pancras to South Yorkshire ( Sheffield ) too.
18. TO THIS day, two historical shadows loom over English towns such as Mexborough, a former mining town in the Labour heartland of south Yorkshire.
19. In the early 1930s nearly every employable person in some of the South Yorkshire villages was on the dole.
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