contestant


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The girl sat motionless and wide-eyed at the side of the road watching every move of the two contestants. She made no effort to escape, but seemed riveted to the spot by the very fierceness of the battle she was beholding, as well, possibly, as by the fascination of the handsome giant who had espoused her cause.
For all the din of clashing blades and rattling armor, neither of the contestants had inflicted much damage, for the knight could neither force nor insinuate his point beyond the perfect guard of his unarmored foe, who, for his part, found difficulty in penetrating the other's armor.
With brief respites, during which we could hear the labored breathing of the contestants, the battle continued for the better part of an hour until the sounds of combat grew gradually less and finally ceased entirely.
The first series was the subject of controversy when it emerged the first jackpot went to a contestant who had been jailed for a violent attack and several other contestants were removed from further shows after investigations into their backgrounds.
The first series hit controversy when it emerged the first jackpot went to a contestant convicted of a violent attack.
There was little of the 'matey' banter that other shows served up between host and contestant. You would never hear anything like the cringe-worthy and staged exchanges of other shows that typically started with a lead-in like: "Now, Keith, I believe there's an amusing story about the time you went hot air ballooning with your pet dog?" What you did get was a proper general knowledge quiz.
The Iranian-American contestant on "The Apprentice" has survived another week without entrepreneur Donald Trump telling her, "You're fired."
Contestant: This might be a stupid question, but I thought Europe was a country?
First, it is assumed in this paper that to participate in the contest, a contestant must bear a fixed entry cost in addition to the cost of autonomous (productive) efforts that determine the probability of them winning the prize.
Danyl Johnson became the latest contestant to be voted off the X Factor tonight, missing a place in the final.
On June 7, each contestant will decorate enough cakes to fill one bakery case.
After the answer to each question is revealed, viewers at home can see which contestants got it right or wrong by a series of ticks and crosses appearing on the pictures of each contestant.
Contestants must submit a performance of a solo work of the contestant's choice and the first movement of a Mozart or Beethoven concerto from the PianoArts required repertory list with a second pianist performing the orchestral reduction.
The contestant picks up the mike and gets ready to wow the crowd.
In this paper, the influence of uncertainty and spillovers on a contestant's R&D spending is studied.