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Burnley, Everton and Watford all appear beatable, but the statistics suggest United will take little to nothing from the other six games
After losing to Woods by one shot in the Wachovia Championship, Sabbatini proclaimed Woods beatable.
Equally as important, the program has spread to families and friends as more people encourage loved ones who may be at risk to get screened early, because colon cancer is preventable, treatable, and beatable.
We've got two huge games against Real Madrid to look forward to, plus two other sides in the group who are very beatable.
Webber told UK magazine Autosport that Vettel is beatable, even with four wins from five races in 2011, and added that he has identified the weaknesses in the German wunderkind.
Certainly Raymondo - as he'd be known had he been born in Sao Paolo rather than Scotland - proved that the Italians are beatable.
I've been impressed by Curlin, but he is beatable, every horse is beatable," the Italian said yesterday at Godolphin's Dubai headquarters in Al Quoz.
Any team is beatable but we bounced back and showed the character we have shown the last two years.
Meanwhile, Lawrence Dallaglio has declared that New Zealand are beatable - with Wales the next northern hemisphere side to tackle the All Blacks at the Millennium Stadium this autumn.
Mr Foster said the success of the UK Independence Party in the polls showed Europhiles were beatable.
Thornton added: "If I did not think Michael was beatable, I'd have flown back up the road.
Those below them simply failed to realise how beatable they were.