American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A terrier of a breed originating in Scotland, having a heavy-set body, short legs, a long head with small erect ears, and a hard wiry coat. Also called Scotch terrier.
“Unrivaled" has ultimate fighters playing themselves, which isn't as great an idea as it sounds.”
“On the plus side, "Unrivaled" does deliver lots of the digital blood splatters that are all the rage these days, and its strip-joint setting makes for several long takes of bare breasts.”
“Unrivaled" is a mixed martial arts "Rocky" story with the montage usage cranked way beyond anything that Sergei Eisenstein ever imagined possible.”
“Everyone in "Unrivaled" is a poet and they don't know it, making me wonder if the movie isn't really about the build-up to a poetry slam instead of an aging fighter's comeback against impossible odds.”
“Desormeaux was looking to pull his second stunner of the day after helping Unrivaled Belle outduel Rachel Alexandra in the La Troienne Stakes.”
“She appeared to be beaten when Unrivaled Belle and jockey Kent Desormeaux were in front at the top of the stretch.”
“Rachel Alexandra was beaten by a head in her return to Churchill Downs on Friday, losing a stretch duel to Unrivaled Belle in the $400,000 ...”
“She absorbed her second consecutive defeat, bowing by a head to Unrivaled Belle in the Grade 2 La Troienne Stakes on Friday at Churchill Downs.”
“Unrivaled Belle won for the fifth time in eight career starts with a pair of second-place finishes.”
“Even trainer Bill Mott had braced Peter Vegso, owner of Unrivaled Belle, for defeat.”
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