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Rival

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Quitzel, so the story goes, wanted to be the chief god, and when the image of a rival was set up in the temple near him, he toppled over in anger, and part of the temple went with him, the whole place being buried in ruins.
But there is a rival archaeologist who would ask nothing better than to get ahead of me in this matter.
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.
He did not like him, and regarded him now as his most formidable rival. He was angry with him for galloping past and exciting his mare.
With them and with most other European nations we are rivals in navigation and the carrying trade; and we shall deceive ourselves if we suppose that any of them will rejoice to see it flourish; for, as our carrying trade cannot increase without in some degree diminishing theirs, it is more their interest, and will be more their policy, to restrain than to promote it.
On either side of his body stood his two rivals. They were gazing at the she- wolf, who sat smiling in the snow.
She had little difficulty in understanding thus much of her rival's intentions, and while she was firmly resolved to act by her as every principle of honour and honesty directed, to combat her own affection for Edward and to see him as little as possible; she could not deny herself the comfort of endeavouring to convince Lucy that her heart was unwounded.
Crooks and M'Lellan, at this mortifying check to their gainful enterprise, was the information that a rival trader was at the bottom of it; the Sioux, it is said, having been instigated to this outrage by Mr.
The chagrin of his rival was to pay for all the inconvenience which he incurred himself.
On that day the Philadelphia iron-forger then believed himself victorious, and could not evince contempt enough for his rival; but when the other afterward substituted for conical shot simple
Each struck upon the bull's-eye, and one even nearer the center than his rival's mark.
Know, lady, that this rival is in my power, and that it rests but with me to betray the secret of his being within the castle to Front-de-B uf, whose jealousy will be more fatal than mine.''