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Rival

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The house of his rival was quite open to view; a garden exposed to the sun; cabinets with glass walls, shelves, cupboards, boxes, and ticketed pigeon-holes, which could easily be surveyed by the telescope.
It might be one o'clock in the morning when Van Baerle went up to his laboratory, into the glazed cabinet whither Boxtel's telescope had such an easy access; and here, as soon as the lamp illuminated the walls and windows, Boxtel saw the inventive genius of his rival at work.
My rivals may, even now, be on their way to Honduras
The constant study of the rival bands is to forestall and outwit each other; to supplant each other in the good will and custom of the Indian tribes; to cross each other's plans; to mislead each other as to routes; in a word, next to his own advantage, the study of the Indian trader is the disadvantage of his competitor.
Beside the regular operations of these formidable rivals, there have been from time to time desultory enterprises, or rather experiments, of minor associations, or of adventurous individuals beside roving bands of independent trappers, who either hunt for themselves, or engage for a single season, in the service of one or other of the main companies.
Advocate bagged 249 votes against his rival candidate Raja Ghulam Bostan Advocate who bagged 154 votes.
The operation to arrest Rival was launched months ago, but she proved elusive and would be seen in Sampaloc only thrice a week.
Several rival schools have developed "rivalry series" where points are calculated for each school depending on the outcome of the contest(s) for the academic year.
Rival Systems has been selected by Bracken, LLC as the platform for its equity options market-making business on the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the company said.
As we continue to assemble Axalta's commercial transportation economy portfolio, the introduction of RV450 epoxy primer brings a workhorse product into the Rival offering"
Once the rival lion had been sent packing, the winner went back to his mate - with his pride intact.
2006), willingness to consider committing anonymous acts of aggression (Wann, Haynes, McLean, & Pullen, 2003; Wann, Petersen, Cothran, & Dykes, 1999; Wann & Waddill, in press), and degree of perceptions of rival teams and fans (Havard, Gray, Gould, Sharp, & Schaffer, 2013).