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Byline

In journalism, the text usually immediately below the headline giving the name, company and/or position of an article's writer.
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Second, this study is the first to examine the impulse response functions of premiums to shocks in variables such as losses, interest rates, surplus and uncertainty variables using by-line data.
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He got to the by-line before cutting the ball back across the six-yard box where Martin Donnelly burst through to ram the ball home from close range.
Rugby took the lead two minutes before half time as Seb Lake-Gaskin's cross from the by-line was deflected into his own net by Beaconsfield's Tom Gant.
It was more even in the second half but Porthmadog climaxed a good day two minutes from time after a fine run down the left by Owen took him to the by-line and he squared for Thomas to finish.
The Glassboys never recovered from that point and went a third goal down on the hour when Akins sprinted free down the right and cut in from the by-line, squaring the ball back to Simon Heslop, whose shot was blocked, but the ball came back for the unmarked Freeman to fire home with ease.
He latched onto an Andy Reid through ball and cut back from the by-line for Adlene Guedioura to mark his first league game as a permanent Forest player by sidefooting home from eight yards.
Just past the half-hour the Exiles did get a huge stroke of luck, Martin awarding a soft looking penalty when Foley was adjudged to have been fouled on the by-line.
And Chesterfield deservedly increased their lead a minute after the interval when dangerman Davies shook off the attentions of Steve Elliott to get to the by-line and cleverly square the ball back for the oncoming Kieran Djilali, who smacked home from the edge of the box.
There is unlikely to be a hellfor-leather approach from the hosts but they do have the odd player, Steven Pienaar, for example, who can find his way to the by-line.
But Colwyn were level six minutes later when Neil Black won the ball from defender Adrian Bellamy on the by-line and pulled it back for Rob Hopley to score.
Stephen Harrison took a quick free-kick down the left to John Toft who cut along the by-line before drilling in an effort from an acute angle which took a deflection on its way into the net.