How To Use Winning In A Sentence

  • When Modin scored from the right circle to make it 3-0, it looked bleak for the Devils, who rallied from one-goal deficits twice before winning Game 2 in overtime. USATODAY.com - Tampa Bay creeps closer to New Jersey with 4-3 win
  • A UT cheerleader named Harley Clark syllogized: A & M has a hand sign, A & M is winning, UT has no hand sign, therefore UT is losing.
  • RITA-award-winning author and WU contributor Barbara Samuel is auctioning off some critiques on eBay in order to raise money for the AVON breast cancer walk in late June. Writer Unboxed » 2008 » June
  • Helping him to do so, meanwhile, is Proteus' feisty betrothed, Marina, who gives as good as she gets in helping to ensure Sinbad doesn't stray from his path, while winning over the respect of his crew.
  • Winning the Varsity matches, and in reasonably comfortable fashion, is cause for celebration.
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  • The tension has been telling on both sides as campaign strategists struggle to identify potential winning themes, not to mention winning voters, in their headlong sprint to the finish.
  • After winning the TAFC title moments earlier, Austin's dragster, which he purchased from the estate of the late Gary Ormsby, broke at the start of the burnout in the Top Fuel final.
  • In the final match, Lara scored yet another hundred but this was so frantic and frenzied that it could not stop the Australians from winning the match and squaring the series.
  • Let us not lose track of the fact that she is a fringe extremist with as much chance of winning state-wide election as Mel Gibson has of winning a commendation from the National Organization of Women. Dylan Brody: Christine O'Donnell Is Just a Stalking Horse in Cute Pumps
  • And in another boost to Land Securities' hopes of winning permission this time round, ordinary members of the public have given a generally favourable response to the scheme.
  • High jinks and fast-moving action prove another winning combination for Bad Boy cops Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in this long-awaited sequel.
  • And the ultimate separation, the ultimate twinning, is the separation between the lawyer and the self — the creation of a professional role that is not you, but comes to have a life of its own, that comes to be as important as the authentic self. Is That Legal?: Books Archives
  • He's going to tithe 10 percent of his winnings to the church.
  • She started the year winning three qualifying rounds of the Australian Open.
  • He had spoken of being inspired by Sheffield's John and Sheila Sherwood winning medals in the Mexico Olympics, of joining their club and of being given his first pair of spikes by Sheila.
  • Your perfect match has a gift for winning money. The Sun
  • Do the positives of including a player with match-winning ability outweigh the potential negatives? Times, Sunday Times
  • For big-time sports programs and the Ivies, winning football games does not translate into increased giving rates to the institution.
  • Just as the defensive player was about to take the ball, Army slotted home the winning goal to win 2-1.
  • Yes | No | Report from bullshitter wrote 1 week 3 days ago it's midnight and I still can't stop laughing about that lab winning with a stiffie. Best Gun Dog Contest
  • Finally the competition went to sudden death, when the Baltinglass team missed winning the title narrowly.
  • He was on cloud nine after winning the competition.
  • This continues to be your firm fave - winning for the third year in a row for its full-on coverage and matte finish. The Sun
  • Nevertheless, incumbent officeholders, candidates, and aspirants are pragmatic to a fault, and their main concern is with winning elections.
  • He's managed to stay calm and controlled when the other slebs have been going a bit mad, and just got on with the winning.
  • Immediately after winning the battle, he resumed the policies that had forestalled military success.
  • Racegoers attending this years Galway festival could come away winning or sharing in one of the big Tote Jackpot pools.
  • The bourgeois family model with its breadwinning husband and dependent wife and children was thus believed to secure male work incentives.
  • That will have blown away the cobwebs and he is strongly fancied to regain winning brackets. The Sun
  • Lenton also remained undefeated in sprint freestyle, winning her 4th gold medal of the tour.
  • It conjures an image of those of us who find winning too hard to swallow. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jill Johnson, who spearheads the award-winning programme, said each course was tailor-made to the trainees' requirements.
  • If they continue in this vein it will be a brave man who bets against them winning a fourth successive title.
  • Not only was Sheryl one of the fastest women beach sprinters ever to scorch the nation's sands, she was also a title-winning paddler on the Malibu board and surf ski.
  • It happens time and again that winning sides get the rub of the green. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was just enjoying a daydream about winning the Nobel Prize for literature.
  • He had won 18 fights in a row since turning professional after winning Olympic light-heavyweight gold in Rome.
  • His winning design for the £200m extension features a sliced tomato, the flesh radiating from the centre.
  • The winning captain held the trophy in the air.
  • In fact, coagulation of complex cells into cooperative communities was such a winning strategy that it evolved several times. SuperCooperators
  • At a time when cities such as George Town and Malacca are winning international recognition for their preservation of heritage sections of their cities, the Sarawak government's retrogressive efforts to wipe out remaining vestiges of Kuching's architectural heritage are incomprehensible. undefined
  • She hasn't a prayer of winning the competition.
  • We are putting the structure in place and installing a winning mentality. Times, Sunday Times
  • He displayed a winning combination of size, shape, definition and poise.
  • To come back and be the winningest team is really awesome.
  • I tried to study her face for some trace of the winning girl I'd known, but there was nothing left in either her drained appearance or her wheedling manner. Intervals
  • You are my friend and I love you man but winning 1 game out of the last 6 by only a last second bucket is nothing to bragg about. Missouri just spanked the Ks. basketball team last night. Would it be polite to rub it in to a fellow gun nut blogger.
  • Not only this, but, fortified by the fact that I had drunk his lager by mistake, Ken managed to hit the winning double in the second leg of the last match.
  • The crowds get excited when their teams attack - even when they are winning.
  • An award-winning wine cellar boasts over 400 vintage wines, from which they can choose a bottle for dinner.
  • Perspective Woods has more important thoughts than continuing his winning streak. Times, Sunday Times
  • Winning that contract was her greatest coup.
  • This result should reassure women planning pregnancies, their healthcare providers, and the wider health community that the evidence of an association between folic acid and an increase in twinning is probably false.
  • Another British rider, Bradley Wiggins finished ninth in the scratch race - his first competitive outing since winning three medals in Athens.
  • ROBERTS: Unbelievable, also the spelling bee, the annual spelling bee wrapped up last night, the winning word serrefine. CNN Transcript Jun 1, 2007
  • I felt the pressure on me, winning was such a big deal for the whole family.
  • He pulled off a major diplomatic coup by winning agreement from all the warring factions on a permanent ceasefire.
  • The award-winning British play promises a salacious good time with its decidedly postmodern take on gender and sexual power relationships in the middle ages.
  • Police say they are winning the war against violent drunks who cause mayhem in the West End of the city at weekends.
  • Pick is goading her into lying about her age for the sake of winning a plot of ground that will prove useful to his cattle ranch. The Times Literary Supplement
  • The winning design came from an architect in Glasgow.
  • They are less about winning hearts and minds than inflicting shock and awe. The Times Literary Supplement
  • I reckon winning the little urn in Australia was down to that dance. The Sun
  • It is also hugely noticeable what winning and success can do for peoples, races, nations.
  • The St. Louis Cardinals became the first major league team to clinch a playoff spot this season, winning the NL Central for the third time in five seasons.
  • There was a general murmur and Guilio Orsini grinned and raked in his winnings. THE KEYS OF HELL
  • As Woods and other image-conscious corporate pinups fade from the leaderboards, a more varied and relaxed cast of characters has been winning tournaments. Golf's Yearlong Happy Hour
  • We heard the snipers were winning packets of cigarettes for hitting the correct number of targets. Times, Sunday Times
  • More happily, the "stolen children"—a narrative element Ms. Tharp devised to give her take on MacDonald's tale further dance opportunities—are outfitted winningly in togs that might be off the rack of a local boutique. The Kids Are All Right
  • He was the pride of the village after winning the championship.
  • The belt has been awarded to him because of his best performance and fight in India and for winning gold medals in several championships.
  • PARIS — Opening last week, "Un Tramway Nomm é D é sir," a French version of Tennessee Williams's Pulitzer Prize-winning "A Streetcar Named Desire," became the first work by an American playwright — or any non-European author — to enter the repertory of the Com é die Fran ç aise, the classic theater company founded by Louis XIV in 1680. French 'Streetcar' Takes a Detour Via Japan
  • Golfers had wagered a good deal of money on Nick Faldo winning the championship.
  • This film, besides winning numerous European awards and accolades, is the highest-grossing German film in that country's history.
  • PS CLASSICS, the label dedicated to the heritage of Broadway and American popular song, will record the New Broadway Cast Recording for the 2010 Tony Award-winning production of LA BroadwayWorld.com Featured Content
  • Dan Reetz started it all by posting his initial design on instructibles. com — winning a competition for a laser etcher in the process. Book Scanning « The Half-Baked Maker
  • The flavor of chocolate and malt is a winning combination in any form, but incorporating chunks of malted milk balls adds just enough of the familiar texture of those classic candies to take this ultra-creamy ice cream over the top. Bites from other Blogs | Baking Bites
  • However her supporters had some anxious moments before they collected their winnings.
  • The Lacy fight was a high and winning this belt puts the icing on it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Winning the Kentucky Derby is always special, particularly in the prism of the present time, when a horse catapults from unknown to Triple Crown threat based on the win. Secretariat: real-life footage is going to be awfully hard to beat
  • Moreover, surveys reveal that the process committee overlay to the traditionally managed organization is winning limited employee acceptance at best.
  • Peter James-Robinson also enjoyed a treble success, winning gold in the snooker and silver medals in the slalom and bowls.
  • The garnet and blue clad hoopsters competed in four exhibition contests that season, winning each by a comfortable margin.
  • Verily, we must be living in a golden age of journalism if the number of prize-winning rags and hacks is anything to go by.
  • Amid the usual blarney about fitness tests and winning the flag for the crew, it was quite refreshing, really.
  • She created a piece of history by winning her fourth title.
  • He came as a bumptious outsider to the Alberta Tories but soon elbowed his way to the top, winning the leadership as a rookie MP.
  • Winning races, or even just getting extra hours in a day, is not a bad trade-off for a little less shut-eye, so Dr. Sleep has an interesting bargain for a tired world.
  • Both have won three Gold Cups, with Arkle winning his first against one of the best chasers for many years, Mill House.
  • Not only this, but, fortified by the fact that I had drunk his lager by mistake, Ken managed to hit the winning double in the second leg of the last match.
  • Just when a draw seemed inevitable a break upfield saw the ball fall to Collingwood and he kept his cool under pressure to send over the winning points to give his side a win they just about deserved over gallant opponents.
  • The original statue now rests in the Venus Garden, the prize-winning walled rose garden, after being restored in 1994.
  • He says that winning the championship last year is still only gradually sinking in. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was no such problems for Mike Kelly's QPR A who continued their winning ways with a 5-1 hammering of AC Athletic.
  • We found Republicans winning the offices
  • Note also that the price is a quote, so the company that underquotes the cost by the most has the greater chance of winning the contract.
  • I usually flip back and forth between television stations to check in on who is winning what with the interest of someone who knows they will hear any pertinent information from friends and internet buzz for days following but whose real interest is to see the flustered tech award winners flush and stumble through gratitude they practiced while figuring out how to attach a cumberbund from a rental tuxedo. Oscars Schmoscars. It's All About The Whiskey And The Twitter.
  • However, while creating proxies is essential in winning a counterinsurgency, it requires that the proxies are loyal to the center that we claim to support. The Progressives’ Static World
  • By winning it a second time you copper-fasten the fact you're a quality side. Brian O'Driscoll: 'Winning the Heineken Cup makes you hungry for more'
  • The genuineness of this winning little letter could never be doubted except by the most dryasdust of pedants. The Books of the New Testament
  • The two together seem to be a winning combination. Times, Sunday Times
  • At the end of the night, the winning carver is announced, and the radishes of Oaxaca can rest easy for another year. Radish Night in Oaxaca
  • Winning freedom can be a long slow process. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Old Bell Hotel, a beautiful hostelry in the heart of the town near to the abbey, serves award-winning French cuisine.
  • It describes the Birdman who covers his plot in hen houses and pigeon lofts, but also makes room for drain pipes in which he grows his prize-winning carrots.
  • He has faced numerous anxious moments over the years, spending time in immigration detention centres and winning last-minute reprieves.
  • A specially commissioned work of art was given to the winning sponsor.
  • I will reduce myself to penury to save you from the evils of gambling, even if it means winning millions of pounds.
  • However, the move backfired as Williams chopped the game-winning hit over a drawn-in infield to lift Minnesota to just its third win in eight games. USATODAY.com
  • Working Model Working Model is award-winning desktop based software for analysing and solving engineering problems involving 2D and 3D motion and mechanisms.
  • It features award winning kinetic technology that transforms the movement of your body into electricity and harnesses it into the rechargeable power cell. Times, Sunday Times
  • The score for winning all the tricks or euchring the makers is 3 points instead of 2.
  • The group promises to spend seven million dollars to buy airtime for the winning entry.
  • He first appeared at Wimbledon in 1972, winning the junior title, a lanky Swedish youth with a straggle of blond brown hair.
  • You see, a Bulgarian farmer had bought a prizewinning boar for breeding purposes, but discovered it would only socialise with other male pigs.
  • Under such intellectual pressures captains need a degree in mathematics to steer their teams towards winning totals or targets.
  • The winning horse was a rank outsider.
  • After Colleen claims that Joy tried to sabotage her chances of winning, the meeting turns into bedlam (much to everyone's amusement).
  • I think the Tory's have a fighting chance of winning the next election.
  • Is he a journalist for whom the principles of his profession override everything else, or is he a complete humbug who has lied to protect a source of information for a story which led to him winning an award for journalism?
  • The Irish are red-hot favourites after winning their first three matches while Wales are fighting to avoid the wooden spoon after losing to Italy, Scotland and England.
  • For his troubles, and no doubt a substantial pay cheque, Eric the King picked up the winning trophy and, for his most-valuable-player display, he was presented with an all-inclusive holiday to Portugal.
  • For a dad to succeed in winning infant custody, his approach must focus on establishing that his guardianship is the best choice for the child's growth and development. MyLinkVault Newest Links
  • His winning word - auricular, meaning quite fittingly understood or recognized by the ear - earned him the prize of a trophy, $5,000 and most importantly, a trip to Ottawa for the national finals March 24-29. Dose.ca Music briefs
  • Forty years on, our successors have no doubt that they are on history's winning side.
  • Former U.S. poet laureate Kay Ryan ("The Best of It") and prize-winning poet-translator Anne Carson ("Nox") were poetry finalists, along with Kathleen Graber's "The Eternal City," Terrance Hayes' "Lighthead" and C.D. Nominees Revealed For Prestigious Book Awards
  • But we apparently choose to make an example out of petty transgressors such as these to lull ourselves into the belief that we're winning the battle against crime!
  • The Rams are flying high after winning the Super Bowl.
  • So check out our career opportunities and learn more about our unique environment where a winning culture and diversity are a key part of our balanced scorecard.
  • Without a "staggard start" primary season, winning a party nomination would basically equate to whichever candidate is the best known nationally andhas the biggest financial load to blow. Kucinich out, Romney Wins, Paul beats thompson and Giuliani
  • The most entertaining moment is John Hurt - a distinguished, multi-award winning actor - revealing his foreknowledge of the WH40K universe gained through his son being an enormous fan, and Donald Sumpter dryly pointing out the rarity of being asked to play eight-foot-tall armour-plated killing machines at his age. Actors announced for WARHAMMER 40,000 movie
  • Bookmakers are offering punters odds of 6-1 on the horse Red Devil winning the race.
  • You don't see psychics winning the lottery. The Sun
  • His experience as a medal-winning Olympic swimmer has made him the go-to guy at J.P. Morgan for things natatorial. A former Olympian swims amid distressed debt
  • They haven't got a ghost of a chance of winning.
  • The moon in the winning part of your chart adds luck to number games. The Sun
  • Winning others over is harder if you can't get your foot in the door. Times, Sunday Times
  • The first, and the more obvious one, is that it has drawn high praise from every echelon of the British literati, winning both the T.S. Eliot Prize and the Whitbread Prize for poetry this year.
  • The moves represent a small but significant challenge to one aspect of Qatar's ambitions for the emirate, which also has drawn global attention by winning the staging rights to soccer's World Cup andfor funding and supporting the revolution in Libya. Qatar, Unveiling Tensions, Suspends Sale of Alcohol
  • Nevertheless, later in the day, he ran the first leg of the winning England 4 x 200m relay team with a personal best split of 22.7s.
  • I can recall the dewy eyes of Kelli White at the world championships in Paris last summer when, after winning the 100 and 200 meters, she tested positive for a stimulant most often used to treat narcolepsy. Starr Gazing: Jewels of Denial
  • Camacho easily outboxed him on the way to winning the fringe National Boxing Association super middleweight title.
  • Anyone one out there who thinks she is a maverick, who thinks she is an outsider to the corruptness of government, who thinks she would make a great president, either suffer from major stupidity, have a sexual obsession or just do not care about our country and only care about their party or movement winning at the expense of everyone else and at the expense of our country. Think Progress » Rep. Blackburn touts Social Security privatization.
  • Work is currently underway to convert the interior of the shop so that it is identical to the bar in the oscar-winning film.
  • The intention was to convince City's players that they were now part of a winning machine but the complaints about his aloof manner have been frequent. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is some consolation for fans because the team still stands a chance of winning the local championship.
  • It conjures an image of those of us who find winning too hard to swallow. Times, Sunday Times
  • If a horse is given a high handicap, his chances of winning can be destroyed.
  • “How are you guys planning on winning when only 20-25% of the population identify themselves as republicans?” they plan on having slimy sarah creampie palin hitting the campaign trail for the repugnantscum candidates. Think Progress » Cornyn Flip Flops On Whether He’s ‘Interested In Repealing’ Popular Parts Of Health Reform
  • Italy had alerted the competition to their presence by winning all three group matches.
  • With a target of just 129 in the second innings, seven wickets fell before spinner Ashley Giles hit the winning runs.
  • According to the firm's site languagemonitor. com, 'cuddies' - the Hinglish word for ladies underwear or panties; jai ho - used as a term of praise in Hindi that became popular through the Oscar winning 'Slumdog Millionaire'; as well as slumdog - a disparaging description of slum dwellers - are all in the race to becoming the millionth word in the English language. India eNews
  • The winner was assured a bronze medal and had a chance at winning gold.
  • Alternative medicines are now winning greater acceptance among doctors.
  • It came just four months after another BBC expose, Kenyon Confronts, used covert footage to show three trainers claiming horses could be prevented from winning certain races in order to lower handicaps.
  • Republican Ken Buck has led Democratic Senator Michael Bennet on our trend estimate all year long, but the new polls narrow Buck's lead to roughly one percentage point (46.9% to 45.7%) and his probability of winning to just 64%, well within what we consider the "toss-up" range. New PPP Polls Favor Joe Manchin, Michael Bennet In Senate Races
  • Teams dream of winning the renowned Stanley Cup, which is the championship trophy of the National Hockey League (NHL) in Canada and the United States.
  • The crowd cheered the winning hit.
  • ITV has set its sights on winning a younger and more upmarket audience.
  • I went to the most sophisticated game, baccarat, and naively asked the burly pit boss what were the odds of winning at this game.
  • The anguish caused by Dell's partial exit from Ireland is worthy of a chapter in Angela's Ashes, the Pulitzer Prize winning book about historically impoverished Limerick. Analyst: Ireland must learn from Dell plant closure
  • Winning at Squash mirliton That last item can be replaced by a serrano; the mirliton squash also known as a chayote can be swapped for bitter melon varietals. Week in Words
  • I also reserve the right to modify and adapt elements of the winning design both now and in the future.
  • After wowing the audience at the Willows club in Salford, he is in with a chance of winning the £5,000 grand final on November 16.
  • Favre built his reputation in the wintry weather in Green Bay, winning a playoff game in January 2008 during his last season with the Packers while flakes flew all over and Lambeau Field looked like a shook-up snow globe. NFL Games Moved To Monday Due To Snowstorm
  • She was given the VIP treatment after winning gold for her country at the Sydney Olympics.
  • These award-winning ales have been sunk in Helsinki, knocked back in New York and tippled in Tokyo.
  • My theory on the tailspin is because the Indians are built around so many talented young players who found winning easy last year. USATODAY.com - Indians have GM Shapiro wondering
  • The one discarding a tile that permits another player to win must bear the entire losses of all other players; if the player winning had any of the following four combinations of tiles exposed at the time of discarding, _unless the discarder himself had two complete doubling honors and was waiting for the winning tile_ or _was waiting for the winning tile which would give him more than two doubling honors_. Pung Chow The Game of a Hundred Intelligences. Also known as Mah-Diao, Mah-Jong, Mah-Cheuk, Mah-Juck and Pe-Ling
  • So the simple question is:'Are we willing to risk killing innocent civilians if it means winning the war? The Sun
  • The mackerel hit the lure like an express train, winning a foot or two of line against the drag, wrestling the rod tip toward the water.
  • Now he can do both after winning a two-year fight against ulcerative colitis. The Sun
  • The only way for Democrats to reverse the slow rightward drift in constitutional law is by winning elections.
  • They can be yours if you are the winning bidder in Rhode Island's unclaimed property auction on eBay. Free shipping! Rhode Island's eBay play
  • Don't believe that winning is really everything. It's more important to stand for something. If you don't stand for something, what do you win? 
  • Ariel and Kevin joined Fairchild and Ramsay for a Bon Appétit photo shoot at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, Calif., where their winning dishes were photographed for a spread in the magazine. 'Hell's Kitchen' recap: Yes we can? No, they can't. | EW.com
  • The winning language was the langue d' oil spoken by the Francs, which evolved into modern French.
  • Jets can now clinch a play-off spot by winning their last two games. The Sun
  • It happens time and again that winning sides get the rub of the green. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was too busy mispronouncing polysyllabic words, invading countries and getting mixed up about weapons of Mass Destruction to be able to show up and admit that "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp" was his favorite Oscar-winning tune. Barack Obama, no one cares about your favorite Oscar song
  • Religion, power, politics, money and sex - key elements of human life - are all on full display in Hilary Mantel's Booker Prize winning novel. Wolf Hall: Summary and book reviews of Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel.
  • We’re all supposed to take inspiration from Sada Jacobson, who I’m told is the world’s number-one female fencer, which is kind of like being the world’s number-one Real World/Road Rules Challenge participant.1 Everyone is going to be ecstatic about the prospect of Michael Phelps winning as many as eight gold medals in swimming, even though I have yet to find a single person who knows who Michael Phelps is. Chuck Klosterman on Sports
  • Winning back the locals is another thing entirely. Earning Afghans' Trust The 'Big Challenge' For U.S.
  • My whole life went into meltdown for a few weeks after I netted the winning goal. The Sun
  • I know it's going to be tough, but I think I'm in with a sporting chance of winning.
  • WB25: A Night of Wine and Food in Florence for Two with Award Winning Sommelier Services Enjoy an evening for two persons in Florence, Tuscany in a historical Trattoria with a complete menu from "crostini" to their typical biscuits and soups and meat and eveything you can expect from a Trattoria that's been running for more than 100 years The Happiness Project
  • The script is by Julian Fellowes, probably the first Oscar-winning writer to have been ennobled — he was made a life peer by being given a barony in the honors list published in November. Peerless Titles
  • A fast buck Henry Rix 12.45:IT is hard to envisage anything but the front two in the market winning this Grade Two contest.
  • In contrast to the cluttered runner up pages, the winning designs are presented alone.
  • Give her congrats for winning that all-state spelling bee.
  • Winning luck links your family with a dream holiday prize. The Sun
  • An justly award-winning example of new media exists in the consultants' clinic dealing with rheumatism and other bone diseases.
  • In winning their medals, the two Scotsmen moved British cycling onwards by miles.
  • High-flying oratory proved utterly inefficacious in winning any major foreign-policy result he set himself to bring home in triumph. Terry Krepel: John L. Perry's Greatest Obama-Hating Hits
  • The Conservatives made two gains in council by-elections that the previous winning parties did not contest. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hexagonal bR crystals of space group P6 3 often exhibit a perfect hemihedral twinning.
  • Winning the election required no concrete proposals, as his opponent's campaign self-destructed when candidate George Allen used a scatalogical term ( "macaca") to refer to a reporter with Arabic facial features. James Webb's Macaca, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Wins but No Rings Here are the teams that have had the best record over a 10-year st retch in their respective leagues without winning a championship. The Mavs' Seasons of Disappointment
  • When he let his genuinely winning smile come through in that interchange with Ifill over her forgetting the order, he displayed a charm that could be used devastatingly to his advantage.
  • The Cobras probably failed to capitalise fully on winning the toss as the strong south-westerly which blew all day, drew whatever sting there was from the pitch.

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