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Roger Federer

Advantages: Great Forehand, Simple Game and Consistent
Disadvantages: None

...Well. Where do you start? Roger Federer has the potential to be the Pele of tennis. He may become the greatest ever player to hold a tennis racket. He already has three Grand Slam titles to his name and in the future he should add many more. Roger Federer is a rather unique tennis player. In many ways, his game and style of play is so simple, which makes mistakes minimal and makes succes...

thespurs 11.07.2004 20:49 · Read review
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Advantages: Love the mix of cartoon and reality, great for the family, funny
Disadvantages: None!

...Who Framed Roger Rabbit is one of my favourite films of all time, I remember watching it from my childhood and I still watch it once a year! The combination of cartoons and reality makes it one of the best films in my opinion, and adds to its different and cute charm. I got it for £5 from HMV while it was on sale, and I've seen it with this price in many other stores to. However, sometimes it is...

cath_del 27.11.2012 10:39 (27.11.2012 10:43) · Read review
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Silent Fields by Roger Lovegrove

Advantages: Very detailed account of the subject matter
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...Silent Fields This book is a sickening book to read, but it is a book that I can thoroughly recommend, in any case. It is a long, comprehensive and detailed book by Roger Lovegrove detailing the long decline of the wildlife of Britain. I believed that the decline of wildlife in Britain was a result of the overuse of chemical fertilisers and chemical pesticides in Britain after the war...

Martinscholes 11.03.2007 17:24 · Read review
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