Final-whistle sentence example

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  • The car park an hour after the final whistle is still awash with emotion.
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  • It will all be over once the final whistle blows on Sunday 9th July.
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  • How we so enjoyed waving cheerio and singing ' time to go ' as half the home fans disappeared long before final whistle.
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  • But for 'Quins ' followers, many were so disenchanted they began to make their exit long before the final whistle.
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  • At the final whistle he told journalists: ' We knew we could organize our game to survive for a long period.
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  • At the final whistle there was much jubilation in the Welsh camp for a dogged performance by the whole of the team.
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  • On the field the Swifts players leaped about like winning cup finalists, joined at the final whistle by their slightly screwy manager.
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  • We kept running to the final whistle - 90 minutes is a long time!
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  • The shrill of the final whistle signaled Cambridge 's third successive Varsity defeat.
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  • The final whistle seemed to come too soon; the RAF 's valiant attempts had failed to close the gap.
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  • We kept running to the final whistle - 90 minutes is a long time !
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