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T-Mobile USA would emerge as a stronger, scrappier competitor thanks in large part to the hefty breakup fee it is entitled under the AT&T deal.
The second half was a lot scrappier and Carlisle had the better of the chances, with Lee Miller missing a great chance in the last minute.
I wish we would have been scrappier in some spots, but I tip my cap to UC Irvine," UO coach Nils Schyllander said.
Shaun Murphy rode his luck in his last outing against Ryan Day, but while the Magician is less successful at winning the scrappier frames the fact that he knocked in three centuries against the Welsh qualifier tells you that he's in pretty decent nick.
ONE OF THE SCRAPPIER NEWS-paper wars of the past decade ended not with a surrender but with a cease-fire.
But it's true: We're a scrappier culture because we've always been number two.
As the game progressed, play became scrappier with neither side able to retain possession for very long but Germany rarely threatened and England held on for victory.
I think we're a little bit scrappier (than last year's line),'' UCLA defensive end Bruce Davis said.
The middle of the volume (fols 133-212) is decidedly scrappier.
The final criticism is that the last part of this remarkable book, dealing with the Treasury in the world, ie, 'globalisation', the Treasury in Europe, and the Treasury as a regulator, is scrappier than the earlier part.
For Reagan, the War on Drugs was a holy one, "our national crusade" (Washington Post, September 15, 1986); for Bush, it was scrappier, "a guerrilla war that involves all of us together," fought "from house to house, neighborhood by neighborhood, community by community" (White House, 1988).
The cancer experience transformed her into a scrappier, less patient, yet mellower person.
The environment today is a lot tougher, a lot scrappier.
But it's possible to make Windows scrappier and more efficient, if you shift your mindset from a CPU-centric approach to more of a whole system approach.