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Andy Dumbell, managing director of Control F1, said: "We're delighted to have been named a Little British Battler.
Battler eschews the middle ground in social studies, an area that many have grown to appreciate and in which many believe they are experts.
But the box-to-box battler insisted Boro are still in it.
Italian battler Andreas Seppi should have too much class for Vasek Pospisil today
The battler is rewarded not just for his labours but also for effort, commitment and skill; a claim or idealisation of self-reliance is substituted for real independence.
Betting shop manager Spencer said, 'Our Henry is every inch a battler.
Hardy and Professor Battler have made significant breakthroughs in the field of angiogenesis with a novel mechanism of action.
by COLIN BRENNAN CANCER battler Majella O'Donnell has had her first haircut and colour since she shaved her head on The Late Late Show.
From her varied styles to the unique culminations they form, Battler displays her unique talent in her latest book, 'Art of Ink Painting'.
A battler, a real talent - but we are not going to be able to get him.
MASCOTS Kemik the Viking and Battler the Bulldog hit the heights in Blackpool recently in the company of Robbie Paul to get a feel for the seaside resort in the run-up to the Northern Rail Cup final between Widnes and Batley on Sunday, July 18 and Northern Rail 9s at Fylde Rugby Club on Saturday, July 17.
BRITISH battler Carl Froch has threatened to quit the Super Six series if promoters break an agreement to hold his next fight on home turf.