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urge_on (verb)


  1. [The majority of the 15,900 crowd]SPECTATORS urged on [Trond Sollied's side]TEAM and were rewarded in the 33rd minute when Brugge were awarded a penalty after Victor had been brought down in the area by Mariusz Lewandowski. [79355 / p3]
  2. [Dinamo]TEAM made a flying start, urged on [by a capacity 56,000 crowd]SPECTATORS in Romania's national stadium, and in the fourth minute United goalkeeper Tim Howard was forced to pull off a superb save to keep out a Claudiu Niculescu free-kick. [79360 / p4]
  3. However, urged on [by vociferous home support]SPECTATORS , [Chelsea]TEAM began to commit more men forward and Didier Drogba had the evening's first sight of the target, but dragged a low effort across the face of goal with only Jerzy Dudek to beat. [1086477 / p4]

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SPECTATORS [Spectators] TEAM [Team]

urged on The majority of the 15,90...Trond Sollied's side
urged on by a capacity 56,000 crow...Dinamo
urged on by vociferous home suppor...Chelsea