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By Berry TramelThe Women’s World Cup is in high gear in France, and soon enough, we’ll have a shootout to determine a victory.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Berry Tramel

The Women’s World Cup is in high gear in France, and soon enough, we’ll have a shootout to determine a victory.
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