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  • n. Plural form of heavyweight.


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  • The British tabs wrote her up like they have so many glass-chin heavyweights from the past. - Some won, some lost, but Greece triumphed over all

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  • Their contribution (entitled "This Year") was voted best track on the ABB website, while competing against major label heavyweights such as Dilated Peoples and Defari.

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  • In bringing together eight big-name heavyweights -- at least half of whom are arguably in the top 10 -- Strikeforce has put together the kind of field that we haven't seen since the 2005 and '06 Pride tournaments.

  • And he points out that he only cast "heavyweights" - Law, Weisz, Branagh and Judi Dench in the Donmar's West End season at Wyndham's, Derek Jacobi as Malvolio and Lear - "four or five times in the 70 productions we put on over 10 years".

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  • But that opportunity finally arrives on Monday for the 31-year-old, who will join French heavyweights Clermont Auvergne after the World Cup, and he said: It is nice to be back playing again.

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  • Besides this tantalizing cut of competition, there will also be various spoken word heavyweights present, headlining events and leading workshops. RSS feed

  • a 34-year-old former sparring partner for several big-name heavyweights who eventually went on to become a top fighter himself.


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