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He admitted he possessed this weapon to use it unlawfully against the person of another if such a situation presented itself. Ciarletta admitted he did not have the required statutory permits to possess or carry the .22 revolver. During the trial testimony leading up to the defendants’ guilty pleas, witnesses indicated that Grover was a regular customer at Gatto’s and had gone to the bar on April 17, 2005, for lunch with a friend.

Novak Djokovic in action against Rafael Nadal in Monte Carlo (Image: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)Get the biggest stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailNOVAK DJOKOVIC ended Rafa Nadal’s eight year supremacy at the Monte Carlo Masters yesterday and showed why he is still the man to beat.The Spaniard had won the tournament eight times on the bounce including beating the Serb in the 2009 and 2012 finals.But he was left stunned as the world No.1 raced into a 5 0 lead yesterday before romping to a 6 2 7 6 (7 1) title triumph.While Nadal is still working back to his best after an eight month injury lay off, the manner of Djokovic victory particularly his first set display left many gobsmacked.The Serb, who was a doubt to compete in the event after injuring his ankle on Davis Cup duty earlier this month, said: “I cannot ask for a better start to my clay season.”I did not know if I was going to be part of the tournament this year. I made a decision to play and right now it’s the best decision of my life.”Nadal was gracious in defeat and said: “Congratulations Novak for winning my favourite tournament. What you’re doing is just amazing.”The left hander had last tasted defeat in this competition in 2003 he missed out through injury a year later and was the bookies’ favourite against one of his greatest foes.But Djokovic was firing on all cylinders and took control as early as the second game when Nadal struck two backhands long.The Australian Open champ refused to take his foot off the gas with Nadal having no answer to his awesome power.

All of this seems appropriate to an exploration of the complexities of late twentieth century life, in the general tradition of Huckleberry Finn. However, when Margo flees to the river in search of her mother this is not what we find. Instead, Margo stumbles from one unhappy sexual encounter to the next.

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