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Synonyms for unconquered

not conquered

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Bell finished 88 not out off 91 balls, inching closer to 5,000 ODI career runs, while the pint-sized Taylor remained unconquered on 54 from 63 deliveries, chalking up his third fifty in eight ODI appearances.
In this regard, he mentioned Africa as one of the unconquered spots of the Macedonian diplomacy and a continent offering lots of opportunities to the Macedonian economy.
A Dubai-based adventure duo were trapped in an Arctic storm for eight days during their quest to climb an unconquered mountain in the Arctic Greenland.
Hafeez remained unconquered on 113 off 119 balls, an innings which contained 12 fours and two sixes.
It is fitting that Clint Eastwood's movie Invictis - which tells the story of the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa - should take its name from the Latin word for unconquered.
The teenager, who emulated Walters' feat of being selected for the New South Wales (NSW) second XI at 16 years of age, has been selected for the Chairman's XI in the same way as the legend, who played an unconquered innings of 140 against Queensland's second XI as a 16-year-old, 51 years ago.
Gayle, who posted the first fifty of the IPL 6, and KB Arun Karthik (19 not out) shared an unconquered 81-run stand for the sixth wicket to take RCB past the 150-mark.
There is still a whole part of the north that remains unconquered .
SPENCER - FLEXcon, the adhesive coating and laminating company, announced Tuesday it has been picked by Unconquered Sun Solar Technologies, a manufacturer of photovoltaic panels, to provide materials for solar golf cart conversion kits.
DAVID SILVA cannot believe how well the last few weeks have gone but will not have long to wait before approaching the final unconquered frontier.
The Unconquered is Wallace's extraordinary tale of the expedition, a gripping account of adventure and survival in a 34-man team battling into the Amazon's uncharted depths.
Diane Wolff, author of Tibet Unconquered and a 2011 nominee for the Women's Courage in Journalism Award, examines the complex past and present Sino-Tibetan relationship.
The subsequent home one-day matches against Australia saw him remain unconquered in three innings, with a best of 68 not on just 50 balls.
He talked fluently and with passion about his adventures in exciting and far away places, such as the extinct volcano in Papua new Guinea where he found -or was found by -the biggest rat in the world, and a previously unconquered mountain in Venezuela whose peak was a prehistoric time capsule.
Rayudu decorated his 34- ball breezy innings with seven fours and a six while Devdhar remained unconquered with 16 boundaries and a solitary six.