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stint

any of various small sandpipers of the chiefly northern genus Calidris (or Erolia), such as C. minuta (little stint)
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Summary: Paris [France], August 21 (ANI): 15-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal on Monday returned to the top of the ATP Rankings for his fourth stint at the pinnacle of men's professional tennis, almost nine years to the day since he first became No.
His playing career also included stints at Hibernian, Norwich, Oldham Athletic, Port Vale and Wrexham.
A career in coaching followed, with two stints at Preston, before a short-lived tenure at West Brom.
The 78-year-old Ashington native earned 106 England caps between 1958 and 1970, before short managerial stints with Preston and Wigan.
In Lowhorn's previous stints with Ginebra in 2013 and GlobalPort in 2014, the 6-foot-7 forward has proven himself as a vital contributor, someone who is capable of putting up huge double-doubles on a nightly basis.
That's the view of assistant coach Brett Hodgson after the prop forward did a couple of stints from the bench on a sunny day at the Select Security Stadium.
Govt rejects bid to have relatives on training stints
Having started out at Skelmersdale United and Kirkby Town, Bennett enjoyed stints at Wigan Athletic, Southend and two stints at Chester, before being released by City and joining Wrexham on a free transfer under manager Brian Flynn.
Blackstock, an Antigua & Bermuda international, has had previous loan stints at Plymouth Argyle and Derby County and has scored 85 goals in 316 games at club level.
The Brazilian, who scored 34 times in 74 appearances for his country between 1993 and 2003, played for the likes of Barcelona and AC Milan at the peak of his powers but prolonged his career with short stints at lesser clubs like Olympiakos and AEK Athens.
After a troubled qualifying session, Matt started the race from 51st position on the grid but he made incredible progress, moving right up into the top 20 overall during his opening stints.
Earlier they had joined other Freeholders to walk the bounds of the centuries-old organisation, whose members own plots of land - known as stints - on Newbiggin Common.