CHAMPIONS


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An open-label trial extension of CHAMPS, which concluded that Avonex® Interferon beta 1a was effective in delaying second attacks
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Having intimated their more pacific purpose, the champions retreated to the extremity of the lists, where they remained drawn up in a line; while the challengers, sallying each from his pavilion, mounted their horses, and, headed by Brian de Bois-Guilbert, descended from the platform, and opposed themselves individually to the knights who had touched their respective shields.
When the two champions stood opposed to each other at the two extremities of the lists, the public expectation was strained to the highest pitch.
The princes of the Achaeans are here present in the midst of you; let him, then, that will fight me stand forward as your champion against Hector.
Sit down your own people, and the Achaeans will send some other champion to fight Hector; fearless and fond of battle though he be, I ween his knees will bend gladly under him if he comes out alive from the hurly-burly of this fight.
my grace D'Armagnac, it seems that our friends on this side will not grieve if our English champions lose the day.
The prince nodded, and the trumpets rang out, while the champions rode forth one after the other, each meeting his opponent in the centre of the lists.
The whisky, of course, was the choice brand of The Champion Arms; the cigar he had probably brought with him from London.
Sir Claude Champion was known to the readers of the Western Sun as well as Mr Boulnois.
That stately form, combining the leader and the saint, so gray, so dimly seen, in such an ancient garb, could only belong to some old champion of the righteous cause, whom the oppressor's drum had summoned from his grave.
Our Champion told me that when he shouted his battle-cry the creatures shuddered and drew back, hesitating to continue the combat.
There was a general laugh, and the young champion said: "Well, then ?
Well, if you like," little Osborne replied; for you see his papa kept a carriage, and he was rather ashamed of his champion.