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Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the above mentioned office.
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LLB and LEC- Legal Education Certificate
Admission to practice Law in Trinidad & Tobago
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Interested persons must submit their applications no later than 20th February, 2015 to:
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52-58 Woodford Street
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INCOMPLETE AND UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
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qualification obtained abroad
BARCELONA, Spain---Cristiano Ronaldo earned a
straight red card after kicking an opponent late in
Real Madrid s 2-1 win at Cordoba yesterday as Gareth
Bale snatched a winner for the Spanish league leaders
with an 89th-minute penalty.
The victory put Madrid four points ahead of
Barcelona before it visits Elche later. Madrid will still
have another game in hand.
Ronaldo had been held in check until the 82nd when
his frustration boiled over as he lashed out in anger
at defender Edimar. He also swiped the face of another
Cordoba player following the kicking incident.
Ronaldo strolled off the pitch, taking time to gesture
to the patch on his shirt for Madrid winning the Club
World Cup in December. The gesture earned the Ballon
d Or winner jeers from the Nuevo Arcangel crowd.
With Madrid facing a costly draw at a modest rival,
Wales winger Bale earned a free kick and sent his
strike into the defensive wall, where Fede Cartabia
used his hand to block it. Bale then converted the
resulting spot kick to grab the valuable three points.
Bale had already set up Karim Benzema to level in
the 27th after Cordoba s Nabil Ghilas opened the
scoring with a penalty two minutes in.
But it was all Cordoba until the surprising chain of
events in the final ten minutes, as the hosts threatened
to grab a winner.
Ronaldo finished without a clear scoring chance in
the match. His best effort was a free kick which sailed
high in the first half.
Cordoba, whose only victory over Madrid dates
back to 1967, got a perfect start when Sergio Ramos
used his hand to stop Tiago "Bebe" Dias cross inside
the area. Ghilas stepped up and coolly slotted his spot
kick beyond goalkeeper Iker Casillas.
The hosts were the more dangerous side with a
series of counterattacks led by Bebe, a winter rein-
forcement and former Manchester United player.
Bebe shot wide in the 18th before Benzema got
Madrid s equalizer when he fired a corner kick headed
on by Bale into the top of the net.
Instead of fading, Cordoba stayed in control and
began bossing the match in the second half.
Cartabia saw his strike go by the post in the 55th,
and two minutes later Bebe charged forward again,
only to roll a shot into Casillas arms.
Striker Florin Andone went even closer in the 68th
when he muscled Raphael Varane out of the way to
win a ball up for grabs. He then watched as his chipped
try went over Casillas and bounced off the turf and
Cordoba also finished with 10 men when Cartabia
was booked a second time for handling Bale s free
Real Madrid wins
2-1 despite red
card for Ronaldo
Real Madrid's Gareth Bale, left, celebrates his goal
with Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, right, during a
Spanish La Liga soccer match between Getafe and
Real Madrid at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez stadium
in Madrid, Spain on January 18, 2015. AP PHOTO
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