decathlon

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an athletic contest consisting of ten different events

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Since that time it has attracted clients across a wide range of industries including Cadbury, Luminar Leisure, Decathalon and the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.
Amongst these retailers are new to the region Pottery Barn, Miss Selfridge, American Eagle, Decathalon, and Office Depot, as well as anchor tenants such as Debenhams, Homecentre, Forever 21 and an impressive 11,000 sqm Carrefour.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Student leadership council, vice president, four years; varsity tennis, four years; Students Against Destructive Decisions, Grades 10-12; Mock Trial, three years, captain, Grades 11-12; Community Action Requires Everyone, four years; Academic Decathalon, three years; New England Mathematics League, four years; National Honor Society, Grades 11-12.
Programs under Pittman's direct supervision include the Academic Decathalon, Bulls Scholars, the Chicago Debate League and the Department of Dropout Prevention and Recovery.
In a written statement, however, Whitford said the parties have "executed a continuing agreement with an appropriate royalty, and Farberware has noted the contribution of Excalibur technology to Farberware's Decathalon, Classic-Coate and Millennium product lines."
(Wizard Alpha Decathalon) Ford, is a negative trickster figure.
Using some of the more obvious excesses of magic realism (the character of Wondrous Alpha Decathalon Ford is the most outrageous), Forrest gives us a Sugar-Groove who resembles Eden Ahbez's "Nature Boy," a song popularized by Nat King Cole.
More than 5,000 people signed up to take part in the 13.1 mile run, sponsored by sporting goods retailer Decathalon.
Valid in stores such as Decathalon, Garage and Promod, students are encouraged to identify one object that defines them.
Thompson, 54, won decathalon gold at the 1980 and 1984 Games and broke the world record for the event four times.
"City Buzzes as Strong Decathalon Field Awaits Start." (Yes, I misspelled "decathlon" for two years, but the virtue of a single-digit circulation base is very few complaints.)
Dunford has increased his decathalon points total by 333 to 7,500, mainly due to improvements in track events, and is ranked No.2 in the country.
The American Decathalon captain has been accepted at both Princeton and Harvard universities, and she plans a dual career that includes journalism and practicing contract labor law.