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This pan-India Force has taken pioneering steps towards modernization and enhanced combativeness.
In midfield, he was largely denied the services of Darren Fletcher, the promise of Tom Cleverley and the combativeness of Anderson.
But having accrued five bookings at Eastlands a fortnight ago and seen their derby approach, unfairly or otherwise, dissected in the wake of Rodwell's red card, there will be a greater interest from both officials and observers in Everton's combativeness.
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Perhaps the absurdist twists would work if auds could believe in the relationship between Daneel and Sophie, but Daneel's combativeness and general air of impenetrability, as well as his bizarrely kept birth secret, make it impossible to buy these two as a close and loving couple.
He honoured Royal special forces for ranking first in combativeness and administrative readiness.
President Kiir's solemn approach of persistence and tested imperturbability not only outlast El Beshir's combativeness but also afford him little pretext to declare war, to disrupt and to disavow the CPA, thus, killing the referendum dream prematurely.
Undoubtedly, however, his combativeness nourished resentments that led to his assassination.
The RSS' combativeness seems to be more a product of the panic and desperation in the organisation with elements of its top brass under the scanner for their involvement in the Ajmer, Mecca Masjid, Malegaon and Samjhauta Express blasts.
The two-faced, unconfident approach of Kerry and Gore was out; the full-throated combativeness of 2004 presidential contender turned party chair Howard Dean was in.
No-one can argue with the competitiveness and combativeness that we have displayed this autumn, but those are basic ingredients.
The built-in contradiction between traditional concepts of honor and Christianity has contributed to this change: bravery, pride, and combativeness on the one hand and self-effacement, humility, and peace on the other.
A day after President Obama blended compromise and combativeness in a speech to Congress pushing health care legislation, reactions from Southern Californians prominent in the debate were just as mixed.
Was the miners' combativeness influenced by worry that their long hours beneath the surface left their wives and daughters vulnerable to sexual harassment and abuse by the corporations' imported Baldwin-Felts gunmen?