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Ashe

Arthur (Robert). 1943--93, US tennis player: US champion 1968; Wimbledon champion 1975
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Also, Ashe previously said that finding love isn't on Zari's priority list.
Ashe, who was sidelined by a long-term injury for much of last season, said: "I am fit again and loving the type of rugby we're playing.
Open organisers for putting her on an outside court while Sharapova soaked up the applause on Arthur Ashe.
The Conference of Parties offers a forum for the United States to demonstrate global leadership and collaboration in efforts to protect wild animals and plants from over-exploitation, said Ashe.
But that's not going to happen if Ashe and his team-mates have any say about it.
The monetary payments were made with the intent of influencing John Ashe, including in his official capacity," she said in Manhattan federal court.
The indictment alleges that the corruption ring relied on Ashe and others to nail down the construction of a UN-sponsored conference center in Macau at the cost of billions of dollars, as well as real estate projects in Antigua and Barbuda.
Ashe is accused of using his position to promote the construction of a U.
Over the last two and half years, Walmart has completely rebuilt its entire technology architecture, Ashe explained.
Glasgow Warriors number eight Ashe has only played 36 minutes of professional rugby this season due to injury but is one of four changes to the Scotland starting line-up that won in Argentina.
Rooted in her faith and religious community, Ashe pushed for women's social equality and full participation in the Roman Catholic church.
Ashe has joined the board of directors, effective December 2, 2013.