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El

An obsolete Dutch unit of length roughly equivalent to 70 centimeters, with slight regional variations.
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Els' joy at breaking his duck was plain as he sprayed champagne, over the press contingent after I coming off the course.
Els will head for Hoylake tomorrow to start to re-acquaint himself with the course where he won an amateur tournament as an 18-year-old in 1988 by playing nine holes as soon as he arrives.
But Els birdied three of the next four holes to draw level and looked set to capitalise when Goosen overshot the green on the par-three 17th.
"He's a natural fit to be one of the assistant captains," Els said of Ogily.
* Key information on distinct populations of ELs, including early learners, former ELs, immigrant students and ELs who are also students with disabilities
Gallacher finished day one on six under par 66, while Els shot a level par 72.
Stating that he had got very close to quitting his career like many other greats like Peter Alliss, Johnny Miller and Ben Hogan, Els however, said that he then had to think a lot before taking the decision to use the long putter, which he termed as 'legalized cheating'.
"That was another disappointing (US Open) finish," Els said.
Els finished fourth in the Frys last year, but he was much more motivated for that renewal at the end of a winless campaign.
Waiting for close to half an hour as Adam Scott kept blowing himself to pieces at each hole beginning from the 15th, Els, went over to the putting green to practice a bit at the 141st Open Championships which he won at Royal Lytham & St Annes on Sunday.
Els insisted that Woods isn'the same player under new coach Sean Foley.
Carrollton, TX, October 26, 2011 --(PR.com)-- ELS announces the commencement of its Operation and Maintenance (O&M) contract responsibility for the new inline Baggage Handling System (BHS) and Passenger Boarding Bridges (PBB) at the recently renovated Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT).