competitor


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Master Coppenole himself applauded, and Clopin Trouillefou, who had been among the competitors (and God knows what intensity of ugliness his visage could attain), confessed himself conquered: We will do the same.
In this case we can clearly see that if we wished in imagination to give the plant the power of increasing in number, we should have to give it some advantage over its competitors, or over the animals which preyed on it.
If we wished to increase its average numbers in its new home, we should have to modify it in a different way to what we should have done in its native country; for we should have to give it some advantage over a different set of competitors or enemies.
So the Better Business Bureau (BBB), National Advertising Division service to review competitor advertising sounded attractive to our company, especially as an alternative to expensive litigation.
Another option for establishing your competitor set is to look at SAT/ACT score overlap reports that show where else students send their scores when they send them to your institution.
A loss of either of its major surgical groups to a competitor would spell disaster.
SANTA CLARITA - Eddie LeGault competed in tennis for the first time Saturday during the Special Olympics Spirit Games, but the veteran competitor is looking forward to his favorite event of bowling.
Many account executives and salespeople assume that they know and understand competitor offerings based on anecdotal and other casually obtained information.
All of a sudden, millions of consumers can take advantage of a handy free feature i n Windows that they might otherwise have to pay a Microsoft competitor for.
Communicators polled for this survey recognize the need for information about outside trends, business developments and stakeholder perceptions to monitor and anticipate market conditions and competitive forces, to stay current with best practices and to identify and plan responses to competitor actions, as frequently as daily.
One part of the agreement created a competitor in the long-distance market, free to introduce new technologies.
Along with competitor Visx, Summit's LASIK procedure (short for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) had been helping Americans throw away their glasses for only two years, but the buzz on its benefits was getting louder--and with 160 million U.