“Here, a couple of small billiard tables and several checkerboards were being used by young working-men, who waited in relays for their turn at the games, while many men were sitting around, smoking, reading, and mending their clothes.”
“Meanwhile, Michael Rubin relays, in somewhat subtler and therefore more insidious form, the conservative “stab in the back” narrative that Dick Cheney floated yesterday.”
“Three weeks after Tessa was born, Torres swam in relays at a masters national championship.”
“The man who has staked it has disappeared and 45 men, with dog teams in relays, are racing from the staking of No. 3 to the recorder's office in Dawson, 110 miles distant.”
“During one incident there was a lad who had three teams of three officers in relays for over half an hour to control him.”
“One was individual — a silver — two gold in relays and one bronze in relay.”
“The priests at our parish have been hearing confessions since 8: 00 a.m. this morning (unless Morning Prayer ended earlier) and will be doing so in relays (we have 5 priests) throughout the day until after the last liturgical service.”
“All eight of her Olympic titles have come in relays, and she swam the anchor leg of the 4x100 freestyle relay Sunday night.”
“I packed my grub in short relays, and I cowered down in my tent,”
“Roll Call relays background on the origin of the figure cited by the congresswoman:”
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