As we have seen in the previous chapter, there now came a period of violent competition
which is remembered as the Dark Ages of the telephone business.
We earn our livelihood in America today in peaceful competition
with people all across the Earth.
It gave birth to a competition
between the States which created a kind of auction for men.
Into their place stepped free competition
, accompanied by a social and political constitution adapted to it, and by the economical and political sway of the bourgeois class.
John, in the midst of this disorderly competition
of poverty and meanness, sat stunned, contemplating the mountain bulk of his misfortunes.
Only that known popularly as the red weed, however, gained any footing in competition
with terrestrial forms.
The limit of length in relation to dramatic competition
and sensuous presentment, is no part of artistic theory.
He had not a temper to bear the sort of competition
in which we stood-- the sort of preference which was often given me.
A fierce competition
ensued between them and their old rivals, the Hudson's Bay Company; which was carried on at great cost and sacrifice, and occasionally with the loss of life.
Now, as for myself, I care for no such things, except in the way of competition
; for a thing which is of no moment in itself may be made of importance in the way of competition
A plan had to be devised to enable him to enter into successful competition
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