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Bocharova didn't begin commandingly, losing the projection battle with the Edmonton Symphony, which, directed by Richard Buckley, was generally a helpful force for all the singers.
Deep into stoppage time Ashton grabbed a third goal as Smith commandingly took the ball under pressure following a Cables free kick.
Also giving a standout performance is Melissa van der Schyff, singing and acting commandingly as Clyde's sister-in-law Blanche.
On 18 minutes David Colvin's corner was headed in commandingly by Paul Dunn and two minutes before half-time, after Glen Taylor and Scott Blandford had shot over, Andrew Johnson slipped the ball under Mark Bell on the break.
Zuscak's Hugh is so commandingly eloquent that the audience burst into applause after his trenchant observation that "words are not immortal.
The 'big two' had drawn away commandingly from Deanridge Fury - top-class himself - and Fear Zafonic maintained the relentless gallop to score by two and a half lengths in 27.
Rebecca Johnson gives a commandingly intense performance in the lead role of the twisted Diana, Countess of Belflor, while Joseph Millson is amiable as her hapless secretary Teodoro, whose relationship with a lady in waiting fills his mistress with jealousy.
And now the chances of qualifying for Germany 2006 are on the slender side of slim, with just two points from the opening four qualifying games and Poland, who levelled through sub Tomasz Frankowski before clinching victory through Maciej Zurawski and Jacek Krynowek, commandingly placed to secure second place behind England.
Undoubtedly, it is on the benches of the party he once so engagingly and commandingly led that the absence of the Caernarfon AM will most keenly be felt.
Set commandingly at a junction of forest roads in rural Idaho near Moscow, there is a strange little structure which from a distance shines like a small temple against the dark green trees.
Murray also appears, less commandingly, in a comic role as Bottom the bewitched weaver of ``Midsummer.
And Rowland stole in commandingly at the back post to power an unstoppable header beyond Pavel Srnicek from six yards.
Yet if snipers appear but briefly and less commandingly in the letters of Beirut Blues than in The Story of Zahra, their deadly point of view still hovers over the writer's review of her city's recent history.
As the dancers crouched and grimaced, they seemed to be commenting on the life cycle of a central figure commandingly portrayed by Akeno Ashikawa.
He won the race in commandingly splendid style from pole position clocking the fastest lap and was convinced as he crossed the line under the chequered flag that he was the champ - but there was devastating heartbreak a moment away.
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