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Saracens fear their winger could be cited after the Northampton prop 's hand came into contact with his face. The Sun (2016)Syria 's fragile ceasefire came into effect at sunset last night, despite protests from the rebel opposition and a pledge by the regime to retake the country. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Both sides came into last night 's clash on the back of awful runs. The Sun (2012)He came into Amelia 's room to see if he could coax her to share that meal. Vanity Fair (1837)She overcame a wide draw to win by five lengths in 2013 and came into last season 's contest well below her brilliant best but still won. The Sun (2015)
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