champion


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for Champion was a great landlord and almost a millionaire, while Boulnois was a poor scholar and, until just lately, an unknown one), they still kept in very close touch with each other.
That very evening, marked by Mr Kidd for the exposition of Catastrophism, had been marked by Sir Claude Champion for an open-air rendering of Romeo and Juliet, in which he was to play Romeo to a Juliet it was needless to name.
That white face flung up to heaven, clean-shaven and so unnaturally young, like Byron with a Roman nose, those black curls already grizzled-- he had seen the thousand public portraits of Sir Claude Champion.
Sir Claude Champion was not a great man: he was a celebrated and successful man.
Champion put John in a little house at his very door, like a dependant--to make him feel a failure.
When Champion (who was interviewed nearly every day) heard of this late little crumb of success falling to his unconscious rival, the last link snapped that held back his devilish hatred.
The Champion had killed eleven bears in his time," returned the unseen man; "and we know this is true because when any creature is dead the invisible charm of the dama-fruit ceases to be active, and the slain one can be plainly seen by all eyes.
At the twelfth round the latter champion was all abroad, as the saying is, and had lost all presence of mind and power of attack or defence.
And now all the boys set up such a shout for Figs as would have made you think he had been their darling champion through the whole battle; and as absolutely brought Dr.
I shall always like him, I know," her little reason being, that he was the friend and champion of George.
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.
A great hush fell over the huge multitude as the two last champions faced each other.
Already the ten champions had assembled in front of the prince to receive his award, when a harsh bugle call from the further end of the lists drew all eyes to a new and unexpected arrival.
Rice, a 6'8" small forward, will appear in Champion promotions.
Colm Murphy's stable star was also recognised as champion two-mile hurdler at the inaugural awards presentation held by the British Horseracing Board and Irish Turf Club in central London.