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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. S Saint André de Buèges De gueules au sautoir d'or soutenu d'une trangle ondée d'argent, au chef cousu d'azur chargé de trois étoiles d'or. le champ d'azur n'est pas issu d'une brisure ni d'une allégeance, il est donc fautif Saint André de Sangonis De gueules à la croix de Saint André d'or ; au chef cousu d'azur chargé d'une palme en barre brochant sur une flèche en bande la pointe en bas, accostées des lettres S et C capitales, le tout d'argent. chef d'azur sur champ de gueules Saint Aunès D'argent, à un croissant de gueules surmonté d'un chêne arraché de sinople, accosté des lettre S et A de sable. Saint Bauzille de la Sylve De vair au sautoir losangé d'argent et de sable.

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1978 Pittsburgh Steelers season - Regular season - Game summaries

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Game summaries Week 1: at Buffalo Bills Week 1: at Buffalo Bills .mw parser output div.columns 2 div.column{float:left;width:50%;min width:300px}.mw parser output div.columns 3 div.column{float:left;width:33.3%;min width:200px}.mw parser output div.columns 4 div.column{float:left;width:25%;min width:150px}.mw parser output div.columns 5 div.column{float:left;width:20%;min width:120px} Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: Steelers 28 17 The Steelers came into the season opener as heavy favorites over the Buffalo Bills. The Steel Curtain defense was dominant early, holding the Bills to just 59 total yards and only six first downs in first three quarters of play. New defensive coordinator George Perles employed the blitz to a much greater degree than the team had in the past. Bills quarterback Joe Ferguson, who was coming off a knee injury suffered in the pre season, struggled with just three completions and 20 yards on ten passing attempts before being pulled from the game. Meanwhile, the Steelers scored two second quarter touchdowns, the first coming on a throw from Terry Bradshaw to John Stallworth. Stallworth caught three passes of twenty yards or longer in the Steelers first two possessions. The Steelers second score came on a one yard plunge by Franco Harris. When the Steelers scored again on a Sidney Thornton rush at the start of the first quarter to go up 21–0, the game appeared to be all but over. However, Bill Munson came into the game in relief of Ferguson and sparked the Bills to two quick scores that brought the Bills to within 11 points. The Steelers put the game away with a 73 yard drive capped by Bradshaw's second touchdown of the game. First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Pittsburgh Buffalo Buffalo Pittsburgh Buffalo Week 2: vs. Seattle Seahawks Week 2: vs. Seattle Seahawks Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: 10 Steelers 21 This game marked the second ever meeting between the Steelers and the Seattle Seahawks, who were playing in just their third NFL season. The Seahawks entered the game hoping to stop the Steelers running game – while that effort was largely successful the Steelers and quarterback Terry Bradshaw won with the passing game. After a scoreless first quarter, the Steelers took a 14–0 lead which they wouldn't relinquish on a pair of Bradshaw touchdown passes. Linebacker Jack Lambert led the Steelers defense with an interception, a fumble recovery and five solo tackles. The first quarter saw Bradshaw injure his throwing hand when he jammed his index finger on a helmet. However, he played through the soreness and threw the two second quarter scoring passes to Lynn Swann and Sidney Thornton. The Seahawks scored on a David Sims rushing touchdown to stay within one score at halftime. The Seahawks caught the Steelers off guard with a successful onside kick following the Sims score, however the subsequent drive ended in a missed field goal. In the third quarter, the Seahawks narrowed the lead to just four points off an Effren Herrera field goal. At the start of the fourth quarter Franco Harris, who was hampered in the game by a bruised thigh, was stopped less than a yard short of the goalline on a third down play. Coach Chuck Noll initially sent the field goal team on, but after a timeout he reconsidered and sent the offense back out. Harris ran behind the right guard and pushed the ball across the plane of the goalline before being pushed back. The play was ruled a touchdown, though the Seahawks disputed the call. The win gave the Steelers a 2–0 record – a mark they had achieved only once since 1956. First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Seattle Third quarter Third quarter Seattle Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Pittsburgh Week 3: at Cincinnati Bengals Week 3: at Cincinnati Bengals Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: Steelers 28 3 The Steelers entered the third week 2–0 and favored to win, though one sportswriter called the Steelers 'convincing but not overpowering', and noted that they had not beaten the point spread in either of their first two games. The Bengals came into the game without their starting quarterback, Ken Anderson who was nursing a broken finger. Steelers running back Franco Harris busted through the Bengals 3–4 defense for a 37 yard gain on the game's first offensive play. Five plays later, Rocky Bleier scored on a 5 yard run and the Steelers never looked back. The Steelers didn't punt for the first time until the end of the third quarter and they dominated statistically. Center Mike Webster noted, 'From the first play on, everything worked.' The Steelers players were beginning to feel that the team might be once again approaching the level of the Super Bowl teams. Bleier said after the game, 'At some point, I don't know when, people are going to start saying, 'Hey, it's the Steelers again.'' When asked about his performance through the first three games, Bradshaw admitted he was playing the best football of his life, saying, 'Yes and I don't know why, but I don't even want to find out. Whatever it is, maybe, it'll last all year. Maybe it will be one of those dream years people have been wantin' me to have.' Linebacker Jack Lambert stated, 'We're playing well and we've got a good attitude. Last year was no good. This is good.' Coach Noll tried to tamp down expectations, saying 'We're happy to be there. We'll take any kind of crumbs we can get.' But even he had to admit that, 'It was a good day for us.' He added, 'Our football team is functioning with a pretty good concept of what it's all about, what it takes. Things aren't out of perspective at all.' The 28–3 final was the Steelers largest ever margin over the Bengals, eclipsing the 27–3 win from 1974. The 3–0 start to the season was only the third in the franchise's history and they stood tied atop the AFC Central division with the Cleveland Browns. First quarter First quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter Cincinnati Pittsburgh Third quarter Third quarter Pittsburgh Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Week 4: vs. Cleveland Browns Week 4: vs. Cleveland Browns Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: 9 Steelers 15 The Steelers and Browns came into their week four matchup tied atop the AFC Central standings, but Cleveland was without their four time Pro Bowl running back Greg Pruitt who had been hospitalized by a leg contusion. The Browns had never previously won in the two teams' eight previous meetings in Three Rivers Stadium. Coach Noll predicted, however, that the Browns would remain competitive without Pruitt, going so far as to say that the game 'is their Super Bowl.' The Browns contained the Steelers offense all game, and after four quarters the game was tied at 12 with neither team managing to score a touchdown in regulation. The Browns had two apparent scores nullified by penalty: a 61 yard touchdown pass in the first quarter was called back when it was ruled that Browns quarterback Brian Sipe had crossed the line of scrimmage prior to releasing the ball and later a 17 yard pass was nullified by a holding penalty. A Hail Mary attempt by the Browns on the final play of the fourth quarter was intercepted by Steelers defensive back Tony Dungy. The Steelers won the overtime coin toss and chose to receive the kickoff. On the kickoff, Steelers returner Larry Anderson lost the ball as he was being tackled. While the Browns felt that Anderson had fumbled (and replays later showed that it probably was a fumble), the officials ruled that Anderson was down and the play had been whistled dead before he lost the ball. Steelers retained possession at their 21 yard line. A few plays later, the Steelers were forced into a fourth down situation just over mid field with 1 yard to go. Coach Noll chose to go for the conversion, which was gained by a short Franco Harris run. When asked about the decision Noll said, 'It wasn't that much of a gamble, especially when the players had such a strong conviction of going for it — when you want something you try that much harder to attain your goal.' A few plays after the fourth down conversion, a Steelers trick play turned out to be the game's final decisive play. On the play, Terry Bradshaw handed off to running back Rocky Bleier who gave the ball to wide receiver Lynn Swann on an apparent reverse. Swann, however, pitched the ball back to quarterback Terry Bradshaw who completed a 37 yard pass to tight end Bennie Cunningham for the decisive touchdown. Coach Noll revealed after the game that the flea flicker was actually a part of the team's specific game plan for the Browns saying, 'It was called high school right. We resurrected it this week and worked on it Wednesday and Thursday in practice.' First quarter First quarter Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter Cleveland Cleveland Third quarter Third quarter Cleveland Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Overtime Overtime Pittsburgh Week 5: at New York Jets Week 5: at New York Jets Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: Steelers 28 17 The win brought the Steelers to 5–0 which was the best start to a season in the franchise's history. First quarter First quarter Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter New York Jets Pittsburgh New York Jets Third quarter Third quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh New York Jets Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Week 6: vs. Atlanta Falcons Week 6: vs. Atlanta Falcons Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: 7 Steelers 31 First quarter First quarter Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Third quarter Third quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Atlanta Week 7: at Cleveland Browns Week 7: at Cleveland Browns Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: Steelers 34 14 First quarter First quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter Cleveland Pittsburgh Third quarter Third quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Cleveland Pittsburgh Week 8: vs. Houston Oilers Week 8: vs. Houston Oilers Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: Oilers 24 17 First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Houston Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Houston Third quarter Third quarter Houston Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Houston Pittsburgh Week 9: vs. Kansas City Chiefs Week 9: vs. Kansas City Chiefs Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: 24 Steelers 27 First quarter First quarter Kansas City Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Third quarter Third quarter Kansas City Kansas City Pittsburgh Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Kansas City Week 10: vs. New Orleans Saints Week 10: vs. New Orleans Saints Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: 14 Steelers 20 First quarter First quarter Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter New Orleans Third quarter Third quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Fourth quarter Fourth quarter New Orleans Pittsburgh Week 11: at Los Angeles Rams Week 11: at Los Angeles Rams Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: 7 Rams 10 First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Pittsburgh Los Angeles Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Los Angeles Week 12: vs. Cincinnati Bengals Week 12: vs. Cincinnati Bengals Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: 6 Steelers 7 First quarter First quarter Cincinnati Second quarter Second quarter Pittsburgh Cincinnati Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Week 13: at San Francisco 49ers Week 13: at San Francisco 49ers Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: Steelers 24 7 First quarter First quarter Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Third quarter Third quarter San Francisco Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Pittsburgh Week 14: at Houston Oilers Week 14: at Houston Oilers Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: Steelers 13 3 First quarter First quarter Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter Houston Third quarter Third quarter Pittsburgh Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Pittsburgh Week 15: vs. Baltimore Colts Week 15: vs. Baltimore Colts Game weather: Referee: Point spread: Game attendance: TV announcers: Game coverage: 13 Steelers 35 First quarter First quarter Pittsburgh Second quarter Second quarter Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Baltimore Third quarter Third quarter Baltimore Pittsburgh Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Pittsburgh

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. 85th United States Congress left right The Select Committee's chair was Senator John L. McClellan, and the vice chair was Senator Irving Ives. An equal number of Democrats and Republicans sat on the committee. Republican Senator Joseph McCarthy died on May 2, 1957, and was replaced by Republican Senator Homer E. Capehart. Democratic Senator Patrick McNamara resigned from the committee on March 31, 1958, to protest the Select Committee's rough treatment of union witnesses. He was replaced by Democratic Senator Frank Church.

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Toyota Corolla Verso - Third generation (AR10; 2004–2009) - Safety

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