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10 resultados para 'poorly'

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17:55

Sport

Femenino’s hard work comes to nothing in Palma

fernando tirado. adg

After defeating high-flying Villarreal last weekend, Malaga's women’s team saw their momentum stalled as they were held to a 0-0 draw by minnows Collerense on Sunday. 0 COLLERENSE 0 MALAGA Although the visitors worked hard and did

12:00

National

Babies given the wrong drug develop werewolf syndrome

SUR

...firm, based on the Guadalhorce industrial estate, has now been closed down by health officials. "While he was taking the drug, my son was always poorly" The 20 children suffering from hypertrichosis are from Cantabria, Andalucía and the Valencia

14:21

Opinion

Oscar winner

Peter Edgerton

...borrow a screwdriver (no, really) and then scarpered muttering something about being poorly parked but, actually I suspect, not knowing how to fix the problem. The other bloke arrived late, gave an exorbitant quote and pinged off sharpish presumably with

10:51

Local

Partido Popular wins in its main Costa del Sol strongholds

SUR

...few areas it stood in, allowing the right-of-centre vote to focus on the PP, unlike in April. While the PPgenerally across Spain did not do as poorly in the 26 May local votes as had been expected following the 28 April general election, the strong

12:37

Local

Swinger wins payout for fall in dark at adult party

J. C. / Á. F.

...the “poorly-lit” room. His right leg was fractured in the accident and he had to be operated on. The insurers representing the organisers said in their court submission that the venue was well lit and that the man had slipped after getting out of a

10:41

LifeStyle

"Malaga needs twice as many physios"

Ángel Escalera

...physiotherapy under the health service, you'll normally look for a private physiotherapist straight away. The problem we have in the private sector is that the insurance companies are an oligopoly, which means they can set the prices and pay poorly: they only

14:53

Opinion

A taxing job ahead

Mark Nayler

Sánchez blasted his conservative predecessor's 2018 budget - which the PSOE has adopted without any major moderations, incidentally - for shrinking the welfare state and reducing support for the unemployed and those in poorly paid positions. It's therefore