emulous


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full of ambition

given to competition

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eager to surpass others

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I thought I had seen everything in a corrections environment, but I was amazed that the agency had lagged in staying emulous within the corrections field," Banasco said.
The tribalism notion based on which Duranies established their administration was fading due to the prolonged war and flammable conflicts between the rival princes supported by emulous Pashtoon tribes.
Attached to the republican interests, and emulous of devoting myself to the public service.
Saturday's card also features the Group 3 Abu Dhabi Stakes, won for the last two years by Dermot Weld's Emulous.
He was perhaps, too emulous [ambitious] to carry his favorite points, especially in associations, yet it must be owned that such influence as he acquired in this way, he always endeavored to turn to the glory of God.
Hill: 5-2 Elusive Kate, Beauty Parlour, 11-2 Chachamaidee, 13-2 Emulous, 8 Siyouma, 9 Up, 10 Laugh Out Loud, 16 La Collina 20 bar.
He could face stern opposition, with Dermot Weld's Emulous among the 11 possibles, as is John Oxx's Takar and Akeed Wafi, and classy British raiders Firebeam and Penitent.
That the Aga Khan left her in training suggests Oxx believes he can get a big win out of her and after a pipe-opener behind Emulous, she was a comfortable winner of a Group Three last time out.
EMULOUS TRAINER: Dermot Weld A top-class filly, Emulous looked at least as good as ever when making a winning return to action in Group 3 at the Curragh last month.
Emulous confirmed superiority over her rivals in the Group Three TRI Equestrian Stakes.
So much makes the attested and indisputable collaborative exercises of the Love's Martyr volume in 1601 and of Eastward Ho in 1605 a natural outcome of their working relationship rather than (as for Marston) an exception to a generally emulous state of affairs.
There was "a certain ambience" around the place, as the poet Kenneth Koch once explained, "seeing each other all the time and being envious of each other and emulous of each other and inspiring each other and collaborating.
EMULOUS, an impressive winner of a Group Three race at Tipperary a fortnight ago, can follow up at Naas today.
Ushering in a new chapter in online computer gaming akin to Xbox Live and Playstation Network, Scallyroo enables their site members to directly battle one another for points or for bragging rights, adding a whole new layer of emulous fun.
January 11, 2010 -- While I might not be the first to highlight the debate on the importance of education in South Sudan, I am emulous to emphasize that for our young nation to develope, progress, prosper and ultimately becomes a stronger country we all hope to live in, it's vital that education must be the top pirority of level of government in South Sudan Sudan, because education is and always will be the center piece and the corner stone, if there is to be hope for a civilized nation on our soil.