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to win a victory over, as in battle or a competition

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John Gosden suggested the ground was not to Calyx's liking in the aftermath and he was pushed out by some firms to 6-1 (from 5-4) for the Commonwealth Cup, where he could do battle against Ten Sovereigns, Jash and his Haydock conquerer Hello Youmzain.
The Domesday Book is a detailed survey of the land held by William the Conquerer and his people, published in 1806.
In fact, it was only in the last few hundred years that Britain has become an independent nation and not under the rule of 'Jonny Foreigner.' .' Great Britain did not get its name from being powerful, it got its name from being the larger chunk of land while under the rule of William de Falaise ( the Conquerer) of Brittany.
Klitschko, 35, the conquerer of David Haye, felt abdominal pain at his training camp in Austria on Friday and needed two operations at a Dusseldorf hospital over the weekend.
Andy Murray's conquerer in Dubai, Janko Tipsarevic, was born in which city?
It was converted into a mosque after Sultan Mehmet II (The Conquerer) conquered Istanbul in 1453.
Barfleur is where William the Conquerer set sail in his flagship for England in 1066 and also where Richard the Lionheart and his Crusaders set off for the Holy Land.
The fact that someone came over with the conquerer is no longer reason enough to let him hang on to land pinched from OUR ancesters.
Three massive hits followed - each one a cornerstone of reggae: Westbound Train, Cassandra and I am the Conquerer, the latter written during his illness when rumours that he had died were rife.
EUROPEAN cross-country silver medallist Kate Avery comes quickly up against her conquerer when she leads the GB&NI team in the Great Edinburgh Cross-Country International.
The land belonged to Robert Count of Mortain half brother to William the Conquerer. It then passed on to the de Meynell family who formed the castle.
The discovery of an African skeleton predating William the Conquerer in a sleepy Gloucestershire town has unlocked a major mystery.
Strong Suit and Pearl Secret are on course for the Haydock Group 1, according to David Redvers, racing manager to Sheikh Fahad, but the Prix de l'Abbaye remains the prime target for Spirit Quartz, which would rule out a likely rematch over an extra furlong with his Nunthorpe conquerer Ortensia at Haydock.