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PROWESS

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The five Dyaks who had escaped carried the news of the terrible creatures that had fallen upon them in the jungle, and of the awful prowess of the giant white man who led them.
Saxon, hurt as a prideful woman can be hurt by cavalier treatment, was tempted to cry out the name and prowess of her new-found protector.
If you're a Strictly voter please vote for or against Judy Murray for one reason only, her dancing prowess or lack of it.
The report further said that though Bale played down his free-kick prowess, he has worked very hard to perfect the art having been inspired by former Brazil midfielder Juninho Pernambucano and Cristiano Ronaldo.
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23 May 2011 - Swedish medical software company Raysearch Laboratories AB (STO: RAY B) said today that US sector player Prowess Inc had filed a patent infringement lawsuit against it in a court in Baltimore, in the state of Maryland.
C[pounds sterling]3MCOs Automotive Aftermarket Division wanted to create an innovative and fun environment where our customers and end-users could meet together in an informal setting; to challenge each other and to show their sporting prowess.
The Prowess awards, now in their fourth year, celebrate all those who contribute to the growth of women's enterprise throughout the UK.
Prowess executive director Erika Watson said: "We received over 300 nominations, many of which were of an exceptionally high standard.
The fourth annual Prowess Awards aim to recognise inspirational people who have provided help to women in business through mentoring, business support or by acting as a role model and encouraging others.