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corrie

[kȯr·ē]
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Corries fought back in the second half and got two back through Aaron Skelton, but were always second best.
Rachel Corrie was a 23-year-old American peace activist and human rights defender from Olympia, Washington, who was crushed to death by an Israeli military bulldozer March 16, 2003, as she stood nonviolently to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian family's home in Rafah, Gaza.
The first time the Corries saw an actress portray their daughter on stage, Craig Corrie said, "I bawled.
I wish I could see the whole human being," Cindy Corrie said before the testimony began, her voice shaking.
The bulldozer driver and the commander claimed that they were not aware that Corrie was there, they also said that this is a war zone, and there are no 'civilians' in war zones," Al Jazeera Sherine Tadros, reporting from Haifa, said.
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.
Corrie, an American student and a peace activist, was crushed to death in March 2003 by an Israeli army bulldozer while she was participating in demonstration for the International Solidarity Movement against demolishing houses in Rafah, in the Gaza Stip.
The military commander in charge of the unit that included the bulldozer on the day Corrie was killed will give evidence at a future date.
We are desperately trying to keep our minds open about this," said father Craig Corrie, 63.
The Corries also went close, but the league's leading scorer Chris Summers had his effort saved by Chris Townsend in the Abercarn goal.
They will work with Darren Buttle, assistant manager last season when Corries finished 12th in Division One.