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John Smith launched two quick blows at his partner at their home in Ionic Road, Stoneycroft, in June,leaving her unconscious on the floor.
Witnesses claim Martinez defended himself with three quick blows to Aubry's face.
It was Gazanfar Ali, who unleashed two quick blows off the penalty corners.
London, May 4 ( ANI ): Many of us might have picked up a piece of dropped food from the floor, given it a quick blow and assumed it was still safe to eat.
Having lost the element of surprise that would have delivered a quick blow to prices, Obama will be forced to wait and watch while physical barrels of crude slowly work their way through the global oil system.
The visitors were dismayed by the whistler's quick blow for Andy Considine's foul on Richie Foran.
In a salon on the outskirts of Tunis, hairdresser Latifa said her clients had also upped the pressure, all demanding "only quick blow waves".
BOLTON boss Owen Coyle is flying in Ecuador hotshot Jaime Ayovi for talks this week as he tries to strike a quick blow in the transfer window.