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

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By comparison, England's vanquishers Germany have scored 23 goals in 10 games in the 2006 and 2010 tournaments.
Sensational headlines such as "Hunting Down the Foreigners" (Sunday Times, 27 July 2008), "Terror on the Home Front" (Sunday Times, 18 May 2008), "Flames of Xenophobic Hatred" (Business Day, 19 May 2008) and "Another Bloody Day in Alex" (The Star 13 May 2008) accompanied dramatic, scene-by-scene descriptions that focused on gruesome details and the gloating cries of vanquishers. In these examples, the voices of anonymous community members were accessed only in order to confirm the interpretation of mob prejudice and mindless cruelty: "The dog is dead" (Sunday Times, 25 May 2008); "'You've got a House, I haven't.
For instance, in "Le desastre banal," the main protagonist, Mirna, cynically divides the world between vanquished and vanquishers and concludes that only her body will help her to move from the vanquished to the winners' side (PC 13; ARS 100).
With potential vanquishers of state regulatory interests identified, this Part then proposes reforms in line with Executive Order 13,132, taking up an overhaul of notice-and-comment rulemaking, followed by guidelines for establishing an effective partnership between federal agencies and the states.
Yet the ghosts of the old order returned with their vanquishers, animating republican spirits anxious to perpetuate the founders' accomplishments.
representatives of the British, Dutch, Prussian, and Russian vanquishers
Extraordinarily, Mortimer later threw in his lot with his vanquishers and married Owain Glyndwr's daughter.
Again, I rearrange deck chairs, since the captains of the news industry seem determined to donate our lifeblood to our vanquishers.
Should this federal legislation pass, with its quid pro quo provision that writers vanquished in other lands may return home to become victorious over their would-be vanquishers and perhaps even collect treasure from them, then potential retaliation by other countries could be in the offing.
has vanished, its "spirit" has inveigled its way among the vanquishers. Amis senses this: his Hitchens is a warped or split personality, for whom Amis maintains a friendship for complicated and humane reasons that would likely mean little or nothing to an ideologue--one, perhaps, like Hitchens.
Then the full and entire libertie by nature given to every man, to live as himselfe best pleased, was altogether taken from the vanquished, and in the vanquishers themselves also in some measure diminished in regard of the conqueror for now that it concerned everie man in privat to yeeld his obedience unto his chief sovereigne; and he that would not abate anything of his liberrie, to live under the Lawes and commaundement of another, lost all.
The tie of the round is between cup holders Ipswich, vanquishers of Worcester Norton last Sunday, and national league leaders Slough.
How about with Osama bin Laden in chains, looking more serene and Christ-like than ever, arranged before a tribune of his vanquishers with Johnnie Cochran to defend him?
Newspapers then duly noted prizes for the greatest number of sparrows killed by individual vanquishers of these `avian vermin'.
It was the type of passage of play that disguises the years without a title - a passing movement their European vanquishers would have been proud of.