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“The longer it lasts the more Mr W will be vieing with Mr Hoover for the record books.”
“This was begun with alacrity at four different points, officers and men vieing with one another in the laborious work of destruction.”
“Ludlum's 1979 novel is set during the cold war era and centres on rival US and Russian spies who have been vieing for supremacy for several decades.”
“With every network vieing to make the next sf/f hit (heroes, reaper, bionic woman, moonlight, pushing daisies, journeyman, sarah connor chronicles, chuck, probably some others) it was odd that the man who has not yet failed at making an awesome tv series was not in the mix.”
“The twelfth 'Best of the Blogs' round-up of the past week in the Lib Dem blogosphere is now available for your vieing pleasure over at Lib Dem Voice here.”
“There's no vieing amongst families on the Rezzable sims.”
“The thing to keep track of are the vast number of different groups all vieing for power and appreciate the strategies of the winners.”
“It's a lot easier to sell an idea when it's "Everquest/WoW but with this cool twist" than it is to try to get peoples wallet...er...minds around "The fight against the Evil Overlord vieing for galactic domination" with all the trimmings that that would entail.”
“At noon we resumed our march, the Wanyamwezi cheering, shouting, and singing, the Wangwana soldiers, servants, and pagazis vieing with them in volume of voice and noise-making the dim forest through which we were now passing resonant with their voices.”
“Batoka chief, he ascertained when a stranger was about to leave, and waylaid him at a distance from the town, and when he brought his head back to the chief, it was mounted as a trophy, the different chiefs vieing with each other as to which should mount the greatest number of skulls in his village.”
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