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  • noun Plural form of showdown.

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  • Friday night's Class 6A state championship game produced another big surprise in the Union-Jenks rivalry - the largest blowout in the seven title showdowns between the teams.

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  • Friday night's Class 6A state championship game produced another big surprise in the Union-Jenks rivalry - the largest blowout in the seven title showdowns between the teams.

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  • In the two conference title showdowns, don't be surprised if the game in Texas is closer than the one in Atlanta.

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  • Team KTM is shadowed at the Glen Helen season finale, which ultimately turns to be one of the most dramatic title showdowns in the 30-year history of U.S.

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  • In the two conference title showdowns, don't be surprised if the game in Texas is closer than the one in Atlanta.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

  • In some cases, the election landscape was even marked with 'no-go areas' created by Swapo supporters; weapon-wielding party members; 'showdowns' between parties; and the humiliation and victimisation of many - particularly of members of the RDP.

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  • In some cases, the election landscape was even marked with 'no-go areas' created by Swapo supporters; weapon-wielding party members; 'showdowns' between parties; and the humiliation and victimisation of many - particularly of members of the RDP.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • In some cases, the election landscape was even marked with 'no-go areas' created by Swapo supporters; weapon-wielding party members; 'showdowns' between parties; and the humiliation and victimisation of many - particularly of members of the RDP.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • What we need is more stability in Ottawa and no more political "showdowns", like the one created by a Coalition of Communists, Separatists and a party who spent 2 BILLION dollars on a failed gun registry (that was supposed to cost 2 MILLION) and hundreds of millions on a sponsorship scandal where they lined their own pockets with gold from taxpayers.

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  • So far at IDF, we've seen a few "showdowns" and a smattering of demonstrations of the performance capabilities of the three new chips leading Intel's Core Microarchitecture (ICM) - and even those were unexpected.

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