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Arsene Wenger has blasted referee Neil Swarbrick and his decision to award Watford a controversial penalty in Saturday's teatime clash.
Take deep breaths; have teatime; work on an art project; meditate.
The pair had both shaken off injuries to be able to come in and start for Arsenal during the teatime kick-off, but neither were able to finish the match.
The first Saturday teatime kick off of the season in the Premier League sees new boys Brighton host Manchester City in what promises to be a fantastic game.
Teatime and Rector snuck down the Marin Headlands, along the bridge, and once the sun set, climbed the bridge's suspension stays from the shore.
Then comes the feast — lunch or dinner, depending on what time the equinox falls — followed by 11 days of herb-laden meals and teatime sweets.
Portillo is on every serious skier’s bucket list, but this resort in the middle of the Chilean Andes is more like sleepaway camp for adults who also love pisco sours, teatime, and staying put.
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