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  1. It would be no contest.
  2. It was no contest really.
  3. It was not a fair contest.
  4. Maybe no contest for an.
  5. I come for the contest.

  6. The contest lasted a month.
  7. The same day as the contest.
  8. If! And if it were a contest.
  9. The day of the contest arrived.
  10. It’s like an archery contest.
  11. This time, there was no contest.
  12. It’s just some pissing contest.
  13. It is the contest at the Lenaeum.
  14. You’ll register for the contest.
  15. Airplane Contest took place in the.

  16. This contest they would simply watch.
  17. It would never do to have a contest.
  18. A hot will contest was taking shape.
  19. Let’s win this contest for Tam.
  20. If at the end of the second Contest.
  21. What would you say to a contest?
  22. It wasn’t supposed to be a contest.
  23. A spirited contest, winner takes all.
  24. It was my turn in this age-old contest.
  25. It was a contest of kill or be killed.

  26. Preventing action during the contest, e.
  27. My word against a dead guy! No contest.
  28. There are several contest directories.
  29. We have seen the results of that contest.
  30. The contest now grew warm and stationary.
  31. That initially made it a soaring contest.
  32. Intraday swing trades is that new contest.
  33. Unscrambled Eggs poetry contest, and others.
  34. And taught me every tactic for the contest.
  35. Then I said, Lets have a pissing contest.
  36. Yahoo! won the short-term popularity contest.
  37. This game, Brimmer said, should be no contest.
  38. A restaurant might have a cooking contest for.
  39. Easily said than done applies in this contest.
  40. It's a kind of contest, who can kill the most.
  41. Her children would certainly contest the will.
  42. During the next few days the contest continued.
  43. It was quite a contest of mutual consideration.
  44. In this sort of contest, everything depends on.
  45. However, there was no doubt that a contest was.
  46. It was not a beauty contest in the truest sense.
  47. I didn’t say that, and this is not a contest.
  48. It was a contest Mercedes wasn’t about to lose.
  49. You could've at least warned us it was no contest.
  50. What game and contest are you referring to, Mr.
  51. Tammas considered his entry for the rocket contest.
  52. I ignored the pissing contest and stared at Jessica.
  53. I won't contest it, for I want nothing but freedom.
  54. They call it the contest of provocative toasts, or.
  55. Imagine for a moment there was a contest to meet and.
  56. Not to feed but as a contest, which I won hands down.
  57. Look, do you want to have this contest or not?
  58. They would likely hire a lawyer and contest the will.
  59. This isn’t a practice, but a sort of social contest.
  60. I have to win the rocket contest! That will show.
  61. It was an epic contest, until Lov slipped in the dirt.
  62. If Toshu falls to the ground during the contest Tanto.
  63. Had you followed Hill’s contest picks on ValueForum.
  64. Its guts dragged in a contest of strength by the dogs.
  65. He was a White African in a contest not of his making.
  66. They used to run this little contest, the two of them.
  67. You were a shoe in to win the contest, Mann said.
  68. Tanto will not change his knife hand during the contest.
  69. The contest everyone expected had finally come to pass.
  70. I won a 2nd place in a cookie contest with this recipe.
  71. We don’t contest that Kordell was murdered in jail.
  72. And without them there's no obstacles, no real contest.
  73. He ripped me a few times and the contest of wits was on.
  74. When the contest ended, he won the briefcase hands down.
  75. Everyone’s eyes transfixed on this transpiring contest.
  76. The contest was more about functionality than aesthetics.
  77. Instagram can be used to host a photo contest of campaign.
  78. Aren’t you that Human who won the mRocK contest?
  79. It happened when they held a contest to name their city.
  80. Baby budgies would certainly never win a beauty contest.
  81. Engage is running a blogging contest with a prize of $1000.
  82. Most of us would never win a beauty contest, but we can be.
  83. I trust we can have a good contest, Reagan tells Ford.
  84. As their staring contest continued in silence, being of a.
  85. What kind of contest do you propose then? Bohdan asked.
  86. Every year the Radcliffes held an essay contest and awarded.
  87. Walt looked much better—wel , real y, there was no contest.
  88. You can also use hashtags when you want to launch a contest.
  89. Aristophanes speaks 147 of the contest κατ' αγρούς.
  90. Hard to compete when I know it was never really a contest.
  91. Think about what you will wearing during the contest and what.
  92. Now she was about to enter another contest with her old rival.
  93. Among birds, the contest is often of a more peaceful character.
  94. I grabbed her hair and we began having a hair-yanking contest.
  95. Freelands, the two friends had foolishly agreed to the contest.
  96. He plucked the rose without contest although the maid was young.
  97. Any terrorist who does the work of Mohammad contest his spirit.
  98. How the whirl, the contest, the wrestle of evil with good, the.
  99. He was keen to contest from his hometown of Barmer in Rajasthan.
  100. The short story contest I am entering has made me realize that I.
  1. What statements are you contesting?
  2. I’m not contesting that Pam, Ed said.
  3. He began warmly contesting the justice of this view.
  4. Pratt had no intention of contesting the drug screen result.
  5. Their contesting the Will her voice rattled as she spoke.
  6. Fighting a war or contesting an election without thought of winning.
  7. The foreboding still hung over him; contesting now with his curiosity.
  8. Tell the Elders I'm contesting his claim and I'll be there in the.
  9. Also, a couple of students from your class are contesting their grades.
  10. Contesting Castro: The United States and the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution.
  11. I asked Kejriwal later whether he felt he had erred in contesting from Varanasi.
  12. They expressed no interest in contesting our progress or resisting our demands.
  13. But I had never even imagined to directly contesting Abbu in elections to stop him.
  14. The funny thing is I feel such a fake that two terrific women are in a sense contesting me.
  15. When this happens, a common means of contesting a will is employed that involves a claim of undue influence.
  16. In south Bangalore, where former Infosys posterboy Nandan Nilekani was contesting, I met a group of techies.
  17. He even decided to opt out by not contesting the Lok Sabha elections, preferring instead the Rajya Sabha route.
  18. Unlike the BJP, many senior Congress spokespersons were contesting the elections and were not available in Delhi.
  19. The coachman's office fell, as a matter of course, to Roman; nobody would have dreamed of contesting his right to it.
  20. We are also contesting the statement made by the paper regarding the level of addictiveness of this particular medication.
  21. Snorting wildly, the colt regained his feet and rushed on as the rest of the field, contesting for third place, rushed up to the finish.
  22. When I said we don’t have enough money for contesting the election what did your holy brain comprehend? asked Zeeshan frustratingly.
  23. The politician who insisted that the AAP would fight in more than 400 seats across the country is now terrified of even contesting the Haryana elections.
  24. In this particular instance, any potential settlement would not reflect on the veracity of the claims, but rather the time, money, and inconvenience that contesting the charges would bring.
  25. The Army of Glacierheart had been driven back for as much as twenty miles, but it had fallen back sullenly, contesting every inch of ground after the initial ferocious heretic bombardments.
  26. Ironically, the only city where I noticed a slightly divided opinion was Amritsar in Punjab where Modi confidant Arun Jaitley was contesting a Lok Sabha election for the first time, against former Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh.
  27. Jackson during the present winter set himself up as a British President in New York, contesting the point of jurisdiction before the people, with the American President at Washington; whilst Congress, regardless of their own constitutional powers, &c.
  28. One faithful evening, as we gathered in our village country home during a Christmas celebration, I asked our Dad his reasons for not contesting election into any deserving elective position as that would enable him to serve his country at the capacity of a public servant.
  1. The Waylya had stoutly contested.
  2. This decision cannot be contested.
  3. Weeds contested to spring up about.
  4. Without being contested or even questioned.
  5. Only those in their vicinity contested them.
  6. A tribute to beauty, contested the senator.
  7. After all, this is one of the most hotly contested.
  8. It’s still being contested, last time we both checked.
  9. For contested claims, yes, five to seven is the average.
  10. The future of Azerbaijan, where we were, was now contested.
  11. What is not often shown about a will is that it is contested.
  12. Vienna, but this action was contested by the Spanish andthe.
  13. One of the longest and keenly contested match ever played at.
  14. But, Ive never been here before this, McLean contested.
  15. APIs have become one of the most hotly contested areas of the.
  16. And those of us in Europe, the contested mother, what will we do?
  17. It also bested the United Nations in a hotly contested category that.
  18. The FINA-organized World Trophy has been contested annually since 2006.
  19. In 1969, LeeRoy Yarbrough (USA) won the three races contested that year.
  20. It could not be contested that Ermengarde was as dull as she was affectionate.
  21. Then all of the wills, and trusts left over by dead people would be contested.
  22. In twenty-five years of teaching, no one had ever contested a grade given by her.
  23. Morel and Annie almost contested with Miriam who should listen best and win his favour.
  24. A hotly contested debate ensued between the vice-president and the secretary of defense.
  25. Any word that is not decipherable is open to misinterpretation and can be contested later.
  26. A mood swing frame of mind matches well with Melbourne weather contested by pressure.
  27. Wills are contested in long bitter rivalries that often leave no member of the family unscathed.
  28. The League has been contested every year since 2004, with Greece winning in 2005 and Russia in 2008.
  29. Corporations that were candidates for contested takeovers were those with the following conditions:.
  30. In 1971, Peter contested election to represent our constituency at the Federal House of Representatives.
  31. The largest football tournament (female) was Copa Telmex 2012, contested by 27,768 players and 1,542 teams.
  32. Technically, you could call it contested territory, but in reality we are as active and unhindered as ever.
  33. In as many as 178 of the 464 seats that the Congress contested, the party’s candidates secured less than 16.
  34. Although his time was contested by a rival Sherpa, the Nepalese government and tourist ministry upheld the record.
  35. In November 1960, Jack Kennedy was elected president, defeating Richard Nixon of California in a hotly contested race.
  36. Family relationship is the greatest challenge every time this factor is being contested during breakdown of marriages.
  37. The decision cannot affect the right of the United States, because it was not contested or defended before that court.
  38. Too Big to Be Reorganized or Liquidated in an Uncontrolled, Contested Proceeding Whether Out-of-Court or in Chapter 11.
  39. This is a hotly contested remark, but watching both price and volume can only enhance your timing and decision making.
  40. In fact, one senior Congress minister who had contested several elections rang up Vora seeking funding for his campaign.
  41. These will all be hotly contested debates, and I’m not sure how we will get to the bottom of the deficit reduction equation.
  42. It is contested by athletes with cerebral palsy (F31, F32) and wheelchair-bound competitors (F51) throw from a seated position.
  43. The importance of these current `agents` that we regularly us is commonly noted out every time a traffic incident is contested out.
  44. The importance of these current àgents` that we regularly us is commonly noted out every time a traffic incident is contested out.
  45. She told them that she and her family did not have the money to pursue a claim on a contested will at the time they lived in Dublin.
  46. The sea of love rolls over to make a good peace but the rocks that remain on the beach make the job contested by the danger involved.
  47. He hardly contested the evidence against him, and if he tried to turn a fact to his advantage, it was in an absurd and incoherent way.
  48. His first public comments after the victory were made at a thanksgiving speech in Vadodara, one of the two seats he had contested from.
  49. The greatest tournaments are held in Felion, contested for the crowns of empires, and we went there for their advise on the enterprise.
  50. Nixon had no intention of precipitating a constitutional crisis, which would surely happened had he contested the results of the election.
  51. In other words, in a little over three out of five seats that the AAP contested, the party could not even secure one per cent of the votes.
  52. For five or six strokes, the bows of the two boats contested for the lead, back and forth like the heads of racehorses coming down the stretch.
  53. The Old Testament was a covenant between God and the human flesh to have peace from contested wars, buried in the depth of the unconscious mind.
  54. Democrats are still throwing a temper tantrum over that bitterly contested election nearly two years after its outcome has been (legally) decided.
  55. The English played well, but the Americans played better, and contested every inch of the ground as strongly as if the spirit of `76 inspired them.
  56. The filing resulted in an uncontrolled Chapter 11, and the scenarios outlined above for a hotly contested Chapter 11 reorganization were played out.
  57. This unique form of truth is linked with the concept of light, and ethic or Christianity as our life is contested with the light and eternal springs.
  58. His heirs, eager to become the chosen, as in the story of Joseph, contested with one another until they had caused the kingdom to split into two parts.
  59. We had been brought specially from rest camp to take the remainder of the wood, which was being stoutly contested by the Germans and was holding up our advance.
  60. Lezura contested two gufders, knowing they were taking their time to tire her out with repeated blows until she was exhausted enough for them to finished her off.
  61. Finally, however, Challenger, bent upon proving some point which Summerlee had contested, thrust his head over the rock and nearly brought destruction upon us all.
  62. The reason being the will can be contested later on the basis that force was involved in the signing of the will and the person was of unsound mind when doing so.
  63. Out of the 432 seats which AAP contested, in 414 the party’s candidates secured less than one-sixth of the total votes polled, hence losing their security deposit.
  64. Example: When he deployed one of our warships into Haiti during their contested elections for president, when the ship tied up, a group of rioters threw rocks at the ship.
  65. The new will would certainly be contested by the five children, and other than what she had just skimmed in the seminar materials, Samantha knew nothing about will contests.
  66. For example, if the testator never knew English but has the will drafted in that language, then it can be contested on the basis that the testator had no idea what he/she was signing.
  67. I wish I could say I was glad to see the first rays of the morning sun after the bitterly contested night I had survived, but I found it hard to because of the ugly sight that it revealed.
  68. Fisheries Service agent assisted by the Coast Guard used a proper mix of diplomacy and threatened fire power to avert an international incident in contested lobster waters in October 1972.
  69. This great rival to Ramses II’s Egypt contested for control of the Fertile Crescent lands of the Middle East for many centuries before it mysteriously disappeared from the historical record.
  70. Peter) and the bishop of Constantinople vied for supremacy of the faith they were supposed to share, while together they contested for supremacy in the secular empire as it sank into chaos.
  71. One morning it drew itself up before the face of France, and, elevating its voice, it contested the collective title and the individual right of the nation to sovereignty, of the citizen to liberty.
  72. John Adams served from 1797 until 1801, but was defeated for a second term in the bitterly contested election of 1800 between Adams’ Federalists and the Republicans (now Democrats) of Thomas Jefferson.
  73. The pairs of elves had the quickest victories, and they will be rewarded for this by having the most time to study their opponents and to plan tactics, since their match will be the last one to be contested.
  74. Most of the events the gargoyles contested involved flight, and every race except the selkies had at least one such event, so the air in the crater and above it was the site of many impressive displays of skill.
  75. A doctor’s legal and medical responsibility to fully inform a patient of the potential risks of treatment did not become a requirement until the 1960s and was still contested ground well into the 1970s and 1980s.
  76. Rich in oil, this vilayet was contested also by Iraq and the dispute gave the Soviet Union the opportunity to revive her former standing with Turkey by concluding with her a new Treaty of Friendship and Neutrality.
  77. The general election in 1812 was a source of trouble and uneasiness to me; both because our district of burghs was to be contested, and because the contest was not between men of opposite principles, but of the same side.
  78. One example of a contested tender offer was the November 1975 cash tender by Babcock International, a subsidiary of Babcock and Wilcox, for all the shares of the American Chain and Cable Company at 27 net per share, in cash.
  79. As Gotimin explained, the human who had owned it previously had died, and his many heirs had contested his will for years, neglecting the ranch and it’s bills in the meantime, until the empire had seized it for unpaid taxes.
  80. It was thought they might resist since they had a chain of strong points throughout the valley, but our crossing of their border was not contested, and when we presented ourselves at their ruler’s fortress palace, they immediately surrendered.
  81. If the orders be unlawful, therefore, the blockade must be so; and if the orders be repealed as a violation of neutral trade, in compliance with the act of Congress, the obligation to repeal the blockade, as a like violation, cannot be contested.
  82. But besides all this, in order that the instrument may not be contested, I am anxious to give it the greatest possible authenticity, therefore, one of my colleagues will help me, and, contrary to custom, will assist in the dictation of the testament.
  83. Though the fiduciary issue is hotly contested among some groups, surveys conducted on behalf of the SEC showed a majority of investors don’t understand what fiduciary means nor do they realize brokers and investment advisors offer different levels of care.
  84. In the famous contested election for President in this House, eight or nine years ago, he gave the vote of a State, which sufficed to decide the contest; and more especially so, if the blank votes of the State of Maryland could have rendered that vote doubtful.
  85. All of these capsules of positive elements had been defined over statistics that were all èquated, balanced, twinned and leveledùp with our own sorts of lives and therefore cannot be challenged or contested out in any existing mode sincèwè had announced their.
  86. There were scores of contested cash takeovers in the period between 1975 and 1978, including those for the common stocks of Allied Thermal, Husky Oil, Apco, Otis Elevator, ESB, Aztec Oil and Gas, Sea World, Babcock and Wilcox, Marcor, Royal Industries, and Carrier Corporation.
  87. All of these capsules of positive elements had been defined over statistics that were all `equated, balanced, twinned and leveled` up with our own sorts of lives and therefore cannot be challenged or contested out in any existing mode since `we` had announced their `finite` lines.
  88. Barely visible as a dark mass about one kilometer away was the islet of Diaoyu Dao, as it was called by the People’s Republic of China, the biggest islet in the contested Diaoyu archipelago, which was also known as the Senkaku Islands in Japan and as the Tiaoyutai Islands in Taiwan.
  89. At some point in Man’s early development an appeal was thought to have been made to this Presence (there have been many representations for this entity who we now call God),to arbitrate between equally demanding claims to leadership in order to avert the chaos inherent within a physically contested resolution.
  90. Smollet, in his continuation of "Hume's History of England," states the answer of the British Government to the propositions made by France for peace early in the year 1761, from which it appears that France then claimed the river Perdido as their eastern limit, nor does this fact appear to have been contested by the British Minister.
  91. Armed with apparently first class intelligence information about Jewish and Arab operations, two of the three infantry battalions under Dows’ command, strongly backed and supported by a fleet of helicopters and attack aircraft, had deployed observation posts around Northern and Central Palestine, near contested villages and towns, both Jewish and Arab.
  92. Then that success, which was already so well known, was officially announced; the favored band who were selected to guard the gates of the fort were detailed, and defiled before their chief; the signal of their approach was given, and all the usual preparations for a change of masters were ordered and executed directly under the guns of the contested works.
  93. Then he starts all confused mucking it up about mortgagor under the act likethe lord chancellor giving it out on the bench and for the benefit of the wife and that a trust is created but on the other hand that Dignam owed Bridgeman the money and if now the wife or the widow contested the mortgagee's right till he near had the head of me addled with his mortgagor under the act.
  1. Works in the same way as essay contests.
  2. Trolls held belching contests all the time.
  3. Fjur knew they would depend on many contests.
  4. Used to have races, and contests; surprised!.
  5. Pops thought sales contests got the juices flowing.
  6. We’ve all entered contests at one time or the other.
  7. These contests are about great physiques with toned.
  8. Consider holding monthly contests among your employees.
  9. They had contests to try to open it, but none of them won.
  10. Dance Contests, and this gets very much in the way of the.
  11. I’m not saying this kid would win any sanity contests.
  12. Make things fun with contests, events, and other incentives.
  13. That’s what usually made the difference in these contests.
  14. Queensland have won the last seven contests, from 2006 to 2012.
  15. Eating contests under scrutiny in connection with obesity fears.
  16. You can locate on-line contests to sponsor at 421 http://contests.
  17. For two vast days we struggled in undertones and wrestling contests.
  18. Humphrey knew her as the winner of a string of martial arts contests.
  19. Do you watch for the contests so al uringly featured in newspapers and.
  20. If Foboko started a series of contests targeting specific author niches.
  21. If you wil read this book thoughtful y you wil not have to win any contests.
  22. The challenge, however, was a belching contest to end all belching contests.
  23. They continual y run contests (Photo-sharing contest, Thea Watty Awards, etc.
  24. Some moms then hold contests and give away the products that they have tested.
  25. If уоu dоn’t know what writing contests to enter, juѕt tуре writing.
  26. These discourage the conversion of negotiated transactions into bidding contests.
  27. She often tried to best him in physical contests, but he would beat her every time.
  28. The earliest Roman gladiator contests may have been funerary games in which slaves.
  29. But all these were minor league teams that played only in local and regional contests.
  30. Hill also participates in the web site’s stock-picking contests nearly every quarter.
  31. There’s an activity in America, with one-on-one contests, and a national championship.
  32. I’ve hardly mentioned these contests, but the Scherians themselves had paid them little.
  33. There’d be no marriage for Nausicaa until someone could defeat him at any of these contests.
  34. Team spelling contests: Each student who gets the spelling correct gets a point for their team.
  35. Earlier contests had left deep gouges in the wood, but the blazing fireball could still be seen.
  36. These contests can be based on the most sales, the best customer service or a variety of things.
  37. That in early times, at least, all dramatic contests were not held here we have strong assurance.
  38. Contests are a very effective strategy that you can use to boost the number of followers you have.
  39. The Blues won the series in seven games but in a rematch, the Monarchs won in five out of six contests.
  40. We go hunting and hawking, we have wrestling matches and contests of horsemanship, and we play football.
  41. Though lionfish in the Caribbean number in the millions, these contests seem to be lowering the population.
  42. In the citation from Bekker's Anecdota the Lenaeum is the hieron at which were held the theatrical contests.
  43. Instead of mind-numbing repetition, some instructors have more success emulating the popular trivia contests.
  44. There are many local gyms that hold contests as well as national competitions that are held on an annual basis.
  45. The dramatic contests at the Lenaeum, like those at the Greater Dionysia, were undoubtedly preceded by sacrifices.
  46. Those pissing contests are how lords judge one another’s strength, and woe to any man who shows his weakness.
  47. So, use the feeds, promote, and keep your followers in the loop using Facebook to leverage your Instagram contests.
  48. This means you can study the winning combinations from all previous contests and it won’t do you one iota of good.
  49. It is the fate of men that even in their contests with the immortal gods they must render an account of their conduct.
  50. Offer freebies in the form of contests on Twitter that only people who are following you will be able to participate in.
  51. Those preparing for the law or medicine take special studies; those preparing for athletic contests take special training.
  52. Though they’re busy now preparing for the contests where my husband will be picked, everyone will be pleased to see you.
  53. When I was twenty-one I went up to the capital and met all manner of strategists, never once failing to win in many contests.
  54. Use newsletters, out-going email, contests, forums, clubs, auctions - anything that will cause people to return to your website.
  55. After winning several archery contests a boastful young man challenged a Zen master who was renowned for his skill as an archer.
  56. In his time the dramatic contests εν Λίμναις were in their glory, yet he mentions but one celebration in this locality.
  57. The USA have won seven out of nine FINA Water Polo World League contests, securing victories in 2004, 2006–07 and 2009–12.
  58. The prizes for the contests can be something as simple as a preferred parking place or as extravagant as an additional paid day off.
  59. Proud owner of a celebrated baritone, he’d won many singing contests at the Festival of Dionysus back when Smyrna knew prosperity.
  60. Here the Lenaeum is described as a place sacred to (ιερον) Dionysus where the contests were established before the building of the theatre.
  61. Granted the company has contests and quotas, forcing the two to be competitive, but there is nothing wrong with that in the sales business world.
  62. Here are three different contests in three different places; and the Anthesteria and Lenaea are included under η επι Ληναίω πομπή.
  63. My father had a flair for sales contests, especially in outdoor, since the operation wasn’t spread all over the country as his other holdings were.
  64. Some parents who had not given their children much attention before, now at the least, were attending the frequent performances and school contests.
  65. If you would like to be put on an email list to receive updates on new releases, contests, and promotions, please click here to join the mailing list.
  66. Over the last decade, watching the game has been exhausting and painful, with contests that could have been won by exercising fundamentals of the game.
  67. In the footy season there were many tipping contests (your sentence had to be at least as long as the season), pick the winners, pick the score and head to head.
  68. After all, Martha would certainly not have won any beauty contests, and Peter had always been inclined to favor the strikingly beautiful models or college girls.
  69. There were all the usual contests and some new ones, from the spear throw to the axe hurling and the bow stringing and arrow making to a new thing called swimming.
  70. The mother ship’s crew often made wagers on the outcomes of the contests, a practice that even Commodore Townsend could occasionally be found supporting financially.
  71. The new will would certainly be contested by the five children, and other than what she had just skimmed in the seminar materials, Samantha knew nothing about will contests.
  72. The festivals include cooking contests, parades, farm tours, and of course, beauty contests (where a young girl gets to hold the dubious title of Miss Durian for a whole year!).
  73. We ask what is the origin of marriage, and we are told that like the right of property, after many wars and contests, it has gradually arisen out of the selfishness of barbarians.
  74. He adds 148 that the contests in honor of Dionysus took place twice in the year, first in the city in the spring, and the second time εν αγροϊς at the Lenaeum in the winter.
  75. It originated in the simplicity of the Indian contests, in which, from the nature of the combats, and the density of the forests, fortresses were rare, and artillery next to useless.
  76. What does it do to the sense of self and others of the typical young boy in the United States, who is taught that he has the right to pee on whatever he can reach? Indeed, contests.
  77. I may have seen Taemin once or twice in the middle of the action, challenging poor, unsuspecting club-goers to dance contests, but other than that, I felt like I was on another planet.
  78. The winners in the various contests of the day would be pitted against each other until only two remained alive; the victor in the last encounter being set free, whether animal or man.
  79. Menachem introduced me to a world of shabby-chic fitness, and we competed with each other in impossible contests; press-ups and squat-thrusts, star-jumps, stomach crunches, and bicep lifts.
  80. The stability conferred by an agreement to view this Magnificent arbitrator as a final Referee in leadership contests inexorably spread to contests concerning other kinds of behavioral disputes.
  81. Pausanias 133 the lexicographer, mentions the wooden seats in the agora from which the people viewed the dramatic contests before the theatre έn Διονύσου was constructed--plainly the existing theatre.
  82. Families of outlying territories were losing their land and being broken apart; sold to slavery or forced to work land for a share of the profit, and rich people were amusing themselves with gladiator contests.
  83. Photius declares 141 that the Lenaeum is a large peribolus in which were held the so-called contests at the Lenaeum before the theatre was built, and that in this peribolus there was the sanctuary of Dionysus Lenaeus.
  84. A growth-oriented body politic ensnared in endless economic confrontations killed the collective creative spirit by dulling it with a variety of trance-distractions, from sports contests to street theater protests to iWorlds to eScapes.
  85. Offers and promotions in the promo box enable you to provide contests and competitions or discounts or time bound or particular promotions and you can use this area to create traffic pointed to your website or blog for additional information.
  86. Again, we must do our best to make these activities fun and healthy and enjoyable! Hold them as contests, in a sporting and festive atmosphere, and award prizes for the best responses and performances by individuals, neighborhoods, and cities.
  87. With the advent of the shark repellent, hostile contests for corporate control almost invariably end up in a proxy fight; that is, the use of the proxy machinery to get the requisite voting majorities to exercise control or elements of control.
  88. In classic times the contests of the Lenaea are Διονύσια τα επι Ληναίω, and the victories are νικαι Ληναϊκαί; the Megala Dionysia are always τα εν αστει, and the victories here νικαι αστικαί.
  89. After these tender contests and her victory she would go away by herself under the remotest cow, if at milking-time, or into the sedge or into her room, if at a leisure interval, and mourn silently, not a minute after an apparently phlegmatic negative.
  90. When my first book came out, I did everything I could think of to promote it--book signings at bookstores and base exchanges; I made t-shirts; I ran book giveaway contests; I even snagged a few local television interviews and articles in local newspapers.
  91. From his past life, from his resolution to shrink from nothing, the count had acquired an inconceivable relish for the contests in which he had engaged, sometimes against nature, that is to say, against God, and sometimes against the world, that is, against the devil.
  92. This involves too that the Pithoigia as well as the "contests at the Lenaeum" could not have been celebrated in the sanctuary εν Λίμναις, though portions of each of these divisions of the Anthesteria were held in the Lenaeum, which contained the Limnaea hieron.
  93. In the contests that broke out at the end of his rule (which had kept peace in the country for a whole fifteen years) there was more fatuous imbecility, plenty of cruelty and suffering still, but much less of the old-time fierce and blindly ferocious political fanaticism.
  94. Double fisting on Lamachuns, a poor man’s ground beef pizza which cost nothing and tasted sumblime, we ambled around the square by the hotel and on to Edirne’s most famous landmark, a wrestling ring, the contests held there attracting perverts from all over the Balkans.
  95. Hesychius mentions 143 the Limnae as a locality where the Lenaea were held, and says that the Lenaeum was a large peribolus within the city, in which was the sanctuary of Dionysus Lenaeus, and that the Athenians held contests in this peribolos before they built the theatre.
  96. Back in the late 1970s and 1980s contests for control took the form of cash tender offers, a far less cumbersome takeover mechanism than engaging in proxy contests or offering to acquire target companies’ common stocks in exchange for the acquiring companies’ securities.
  97. Every-one was so happy to see each other and the celebrations at Chichen Itza went on for three days, with contests of skill, acrobats, the local drama group wrote a small piece of theatre about Coatl and I that received much acclaim, although I didn’t recognised the adventures they credited us with.
  98. In the meantime, the passengers in their boredom held swimming contests, organized hunting expeditions, and returned with live iguanas that they split open from top to bottom and sewed up again with baling needles after removing the clusters of soft, translucent eggs that they strung over the railings to dry.
  99. We have still more convincing testimony that in the great period of the drama the two annual contests at which dramas were brought out were held in different places, in the record of the time when the wooden theatre εν Λίμναις was finally given up, and ό επι Ληναίω αγών became a thing of the past.
  100. A triad of contests is given by Demosthenes 169 where he quotes the law of Evegoras with reference to the Dionysiac festivals: the one in Piræus with its comedies and tragedies, η επι Ληναίω πομπή with its tragedies and comedies, and the City Dionysia with the chorus of boys, procession, comedies and tragedies.

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