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“But Kansas came to Columbia, Mo., and won, 23-7, spoiling its rival's perfect season.”
“Woolworths is set to broaden its challenge to Wesfarmers to the A$40 billion home-improvement sector, with the planned opening next month of its first Masters store, a joint venture with Lowe's Cos. that will go up against its rival's Bunnings chain.”
“Kim had to listen to her rival's score and had to know she landed the triple axel, had to know that Asada had arrived in Vancouver more prepared than anyone would have figured, considering Asada had made mistakes in every short program she had performed this season.”
“Incensed by a political rival's criticism of his leadership of a military expedition, Burton Gwinnett challenged the man to a duel.”
“Despite the huge funds flowing into Manchester City, Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed his rival's ambitions to create a new Big Five”
“A major Wall Street firm plans to announce that it has lured away a group of lawyers from a rival's D.C.-based energy and commodities practice, part of a push by law firms to expand their Washington footprint in an era of increased regulatory scrutiny.”
“A Human Rights Watch report – detailed on Saturday in the Guardian – said forces loyal to Ouattara killed hundreds of civilians, raped his rival's supporters and burned villages in the country's west.”
“Mr. Gbagbo, who has held power since 2000 and refused to admit defeat in November's presidential election, was detained and taken to his rival's temporary hotel headquarters, with his wife Simone and son Michel.”
“While these challenges are not to be discounted, the recent huff and puff is tempered by this emerging rival's dependency upon our technological and financial muscle.”
“None of us in our right minds would want to end up crawling around a love rival's garden or stealing their pets.”
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