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Argentina players had allegedly refused to use his planes. The Sun (2016)The attack allegedly took place in the Jungle camp eight months ago. The Sun (2016)They centre on alleged wrongdoing over how they built cases, including allegedly paying a tout in Iraq to drum up business. The Sun (2016)He claims one colleague allegedly mimicked his accent and pretended to have a beard similar to his. The Sun (2009)She allegedly used a voice changer when ringing her. The Sun (2011)The context in which these crimes were allegedly committed most certainly is one. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The enforcers were allegedly taken on by a building firm to speed up a demolition project. The Sun (2014)He was serving a life sentence for crimes allegedly committed in her name. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Furious parents spat and hurled abuse as they heard details of the crimes she allegedly committed. The Sun (2009)The 16-year-old was allegedly attacked by another pupil when the pair got into a row at midday. The Sun (2014)The same techniques are allegedly used to boost fuel efficiency, although manufacturers deny the claims. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The colleague allegedly felt unhappy that the Church did not allow her to marry her female partner. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The gang allegedly used a migrant centre in Bari as a base. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Additionally, the company allegedly did not pay €200 million in royalty taxes in the period. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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