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a dish in which sugar is served

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Our readers are wireless-phone enthusiasts, as well as college football and Nokia Sugar Bowl fans.
With Nokia's longstanding involvement in college athletics and our Nokia Sugar Bowl title sponsorship, the synergies are tremendous," said Pasi Polonen, Director of Game Publishing, Entertainment and Media Business Unit, Nokia Mobile Phones.
Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies, won two tickets to the 75th Annual Nokia Sugar Bowl as a part of a raffle Pepcom sponsored at the event.
COM during the Rose Bowl (1/1), Nokia Sugar Bowl (1/1), FedEx Orange Bowl (1/2) and the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (1/3).
The bowl games are: the Rose Bowl, Fed Ex Orange Bowl, Nokia Sugar Bowl and the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
During the BCS, Monster will have prominent advertising spots on ABC Sports during the Nokia Sugar Bowl, Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Capital One Florida Citrus Bowl, FedEx Orange Bowl, and the Rose Bowl (National Championship Game), which will ultimately decide this year's top college football team.
WHO: Forty-three year-old Gloversville, New York resident Gregory Jepsen, owner of an employment counseling company, has the chance to start off 2002 with $1 million from Nokia during halftime of the Nokia Sugar Bowl 2002 in New Orleans.
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Thirty-four-year-old Timothy Miller, an account manager from Lebanon, Ohio and the Nokia Sugar Bowl 2001 Million Dollar throw contestant, will not have to worry about how to pay this year's holiday bills, as he is now $60,000 richer thanks to the help of a legendary quarterback.
Fans of the Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes can now purchase tickets for suites seats for the upcoming NOKIA Sugar Bowl online, as the result of a relationship between the New Orleans Saints and LiquidSeats, the Internet's first Ticket Service Provider.