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corrie

[kȯr·ē]
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A goal in each half by striker Rhys Yates gave Cardiff Corries a hard fought 2-0 win against Tredegar Town, who had lots of possesion but could score despite the dismissal of Corries' defender Ashley Murray in the first half for a professional foul.
But the Mag 12 struggled in reply, with their total of 48 still leaving the Corries with a two-pin advantage.
The Corries have often been asked to explain why the death of "a blonde American girl" has dwarfed the loss of Palestinian lives in the media.
Corries fought back in the second half and got two back through Aaron Skelton, but were always second best.
The award was presented by Yoko Ono in Reykjavik, Iceland, to Corrie's parents, Craig and Cindy, who accepted it on their daughter's behalf.
The first time the Corries saw an actress portray their daughter on stage, Craig Corrie said, "I bawled."
The unidentified former soldier was shielded behind a wood-and-plastic partition, and his testimony about the events leading up to 23-year-old Rachel Corrie's death floated into the hall over a microphone.
Rachel Corrie's family filed the private lawsuit against the state of Israel five years ago after an Israeli military investigation into the incident concluded that the soldier operating the bulldozers could not see Rachel and closed the case.
Before Ryan struck the Corries were in complete control and could have killed off the tie well before the interval.
This year's occasion was notable for a first-ever Corries victory.
The unidentified former soldier was shielded behind a wood-and-plastic partition, and his testimony about the events leading up to Corrie's death were relayed into the courtroom over a microphone.
Translations of trial testimonies provided by the Corries suggest that a commander told the military investigator not to question bulldozer operators and that the driver didn't have clear instructions on dealing with civilians.