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  • But a freak move in the ninth game, which saw the Czech take an airshot at a simple smash, seemed to throw her off course.

    Australian Open 2012: Kvitova puts out Ivanovic

  • But a freak incident in the ninth game, which saw the Czech take an airshot at a simple smash, seemed to throw her off course.

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  • Ivory Coast had two chances to win it after the break but Didier Ya Konan curled an effort just wide while, after 117 minutes, then Max Gradel took an airshot when well placed.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Diouf takes the ball into the box diagonally after some patient United build-up play, but strikes the ball with all the misplaced aggression of an angry teen and it's a complete airshot.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • A thunderous Federer forehand winner saved one match point, but as the Swiss tried to force the pace on the second, he played a forehand airshot.

    Taipei Times

  • I know he's rusty, judging by his airshot in the second half, but it was his attitude which really pissed me off.

    Chelsea Blog

  • The ball eventually broke to Yossi Benayoun after Martin Kelly produced an airshot and the Israeli fired into the roof of the Kop end net from six yards.

    Football.co.uk news feed

  • Given the opening claim from Coleman’s report is that Galloway “personally solicited and received lucrative oil allocations from the Hussein regime”, my money is on another Coleman airshot.

    Think Progress » Cheney Led Effort To Smear Wilson, Played Dumb

  • "His full-blooded airshot resulted in him hyper-extending his knee.

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