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easy to reach


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THE Afghan Taliban has said it is ready to hand over a US soldier held captive since 2009 in exchange for five of its senior operatives being held at Guantanamo Bay.
He was ready to hand over him the government and to home.
SCOTLAND boss Craig Levein is ready to hand Blackpool ace Matt Phillips a shock call-up for this month's clash against Slovenia.
The prolific Scotland striker is under contract until 2015 but multi-millionaire Huddersfield owner Dean Hoyle is so desperate to keep him he is ready to hand Rhodes a major pay rise.
THE DELHI International Airport Limited ( DIAL) is ready to hand over Runway 27 at Indira Gandhi International Airport ( IGIA) to the Air Traffic Controller ( ATC) next week.
New owner Sulaiman Al Fahim is ready to hand captain Campbell an extension to his pounds 100,000-a-week Fratton Park contract.
Reports from London have indicated Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is ready to hand over the club's pounds 16.
What is worse is the whole year's accounts for the business were there ready to hand over to the accountants.
Hull boss Phil Brown could be ready to hand the Greece forward a debut this weekend.
Mr Bowen was returned to County Hall by voters in his ward with a larger than ever majority last Thursday but, at 64 years old, the research professor in cell biology at Cardiff University is believed to be ready to hand over the baton of group leadership.
TRAVELLERS from the West Midlands are far too ready to hand over passports while on trips, research out today showed.
Dautremont has 500 goody bags ready to hand out to participants at the finish line.
At the end of the game I was ready to hand in my resignation.
Sutton Coldfield Town are ready to hand Chris Goodman his full debut tonight against the club which axed him last season.
As soon as one project was finished--or even before--they were ready to hand me another one to start working on.