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As a child, Mancini, 56, lived in a tarpaper shack in No Cash, a nearby station for the mine's tramline, before his family moved to Keno.
As a child, Mr. Mancini, 56, lived in a tarpaper shack in No Cash, a nearby station for the mine’s tramline, before his family moved to Keno.
After Granollers hit a delightful shot around the net post and inside the tramlines in the third set, Djokovic clapped and walked to the net to high-five his opponent.
Pisgat Ze’ev is the last stop on the Jerusalem tramline, Beit Hanina the second-to-last.
There will be no lunging towards tramlines, or stretching every sinew to serve at speed.
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Definition of tramline for English Language Learners
: the metal tracks on a street that a streetcar moves along
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