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Use "semi-final" in a sentence
"After losing home advantage – huge at this stage of the competition – Toulouse are at the magnificently futuristic Aviva Stadium in Dublin, where Leinster are rubbing their hands in anticipation of reversing last season's semi-final played at Le Stadium Municipal, while, after the mock period architecture of the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Perpignan get to sample Milton Keynes and the home of the MK Dons."
"Benfica will take a slight advantage into the second leg of their all-Portuguese Europa League semi-final after a deserved victory over Braga."
"Dalglish described Carroll's availability for Sunday as a "wait and see" process, although the England international, who damaged a knee at Arsenal almost a fortnight ago, was free to join several team-mates and Everton's Tim Cahill at the Champions League semi-final between Real Madrid and Barcelona on a day off on Wednesday."