I hope you are kidding or (trolling.)
Two atomic bombs from the U.S.Airforce
The Italian Garasso dived to win a shameless penalty and won the world cup.
I think you should 'cause in professional soccer you always lose and competative soccer can make you learn how to lose like winners.
Britain lose Singapore to Japanese a long time ago
Holland lost the final world cup match their first loss in 2010 world cup.
America didnt really lose the war. It was never America's war to lose.
It's scientists. During World War 2 they fled to America, otherwise Germany would be the strongest and greatest country in the world and not America.
Japan won the battles, but lost the war (A-bomb).
There is a great range of calories you can lose in one game of soccer. This depends on whether you play a lot of the game or not.
They won the FIFA World Cup in 1998, but have never won the Rugby World Cup, though they did lose the final in 1987 and 1999.
If the U.S., you can contact the U.S. Soccer Federation for a replacement.
Soccer. MUCH more aerobic (running) excercise
Two in its last twenty years of being the Russian Empire: The Ruso-Japanese War and World War I.
Soccer or as it is known in Europe, football. The French soccer team made it to the finals of the soccer world cup a couple of years ago in 2008 only to lose to Italy. After that the French soccer team collapsed in result of many of their star players retiring. In the last soccer world cup France lost in the first stage because the new players had not had a lot of experience. France are now finally rebuilding their team.
To control the ball and not lose it
The Japanese ships were never in danger. They did lose a few midget submarines during the attack.
In the Battle of Leyte Gulf the Japanese lost all of it's remaining ships and planes.
they didn't want to lose money or people and resources
During the Attack on Pearl Harbor, the US forces lost a total of 188 planes destroyed and 159 damaged. The Japanese, by comparison, lost just 29 aircraft.
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