courtesy of

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courtesy of

  1. thanks to.
    • 2011 Septembe 24, Ben Dirs, “Rugby World Cup 2011: England 67-3 Romania”, BBC Sport:
      Ashton only had to wait three minutes for his second try, lock Louis Deacon setting it up with a rollocking line-break, before Romania got on the scoreboard courtesy of a penalty from fly-half Marin Danut Dumbrava.
  2. as given or allowed by
    "Our live stream is available in all territories excluding those listed below, but you can watch the game courtesy of these alternative broadcasters."