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  • v. Alternative form of gatecrash.

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Examples

  • If the north London team can reel in City and gate-crash Europe's elite competition again next season, it may come to be considered as more worthy than their feat in setting up this fixture against José Mourinho's swaggering superstars.

    Tottenham blocked by Real Madrid but now turn sights on league battle

  • Despite the advances on show last weekend, there's still significant doubt whether any of these teams can gate-crash the quarterfinals.

    Upsetting the Rugby Hierarchy

  • But the field already is bursting with young, dynamic players clamoring to gate-crash the duopoly held by Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal at majors for the last half-decade.

    Del Potro stuns Federer in five sets to win his first U.S. Open

  • Of course you should not gate-crash my godfather's wedding, but I may have limited opportunities to see friends on the days I'm in that area and not attending the wedding of one of my favorite and most important family members to the woman he loves.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • Bravo reiterates they had no idea the Salahis were nonvites to the White House until after the fact -- and discloses that another gate-crash, at the Congressional Black Caucus gala, will be portrayed.

    Meet the so-called "Real Housewives of D.C." (photos)

  • Even these families who we now think of as being quintessential members of society were considered nouveau riche, as they tried to gate-crash their way into the ranks of the elite.

    ‘Rich: The Rise and Fall of American Wealth Culture’

  • A person familiar with the situation said Sinopec is seeking to gate-crash a bid by India's Oil & Natural Gas Corp. for Imperial, which is valued at more than £1.1 billion ($2.1 billion).

    Sinopec needs help

  • Lisa was worried that Hunt would gate-crash his market and chased after him.

    American Connections

  • In a major upset Afghanistan beat Baluchistan by 1-0 to gate-crash into the final scheduled for Friday.

    A brilliant

  • We can gate-crash those parties if we want, steal the hors-de-ouvres narratives, snort more than our fair share of prose, check out what's hot and what's not, noise up the nobs when they start sounding off about the genre yobs below, and head back home with new recipes for our soul food cafes.

    WHEN THE BAR HAS NO LOWER TO GO ... CHOICES*

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