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Today, she said youth want to dictate what needed to be done and how it should be done according to their dictated terms.
Vettori is an experienced campaigner but we have played him before so we know how he bowls," Besides Vettori, the toss will also be a key factor as the team winning the toss dictated terms in the first two Tests.
The report further praised Root, who drew the bowlers' length towards him and periodically hit elegant straight drives reminiscent of his predecessor as opener for Yorkshire and England, Michael Vaughan and effectively dictated terms despite his age.
Responding to the allegations that the UPA's decision to allow Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail was due to America's pressure, the Prime Minister, said that none of the countries can dictated terms for India.
They should have dictated terms and not been dictated to.
Hill could hardly believe his good fortune in the opening race - he was running third as the Airwaves Ducati team-mates Haslam and Lavilla dictated terms.
Traditionally, large brand-name manufacturers have dictated terms and pricing to their keiretsu subcontractors, who in turn did the same with their job shops, and so on down the food chain.
LIAM BRANCH proved good value for his 7lb claim and showed a keen awareness of pace as he dictated terms on 12-1 shot My Last Bean in the mile-and-a-half maiden, riding the grey to a two-length victory over odds-on favourite Hearthstead Pride.
In Westchester, Long Island and southern Connecticut, property owners are mulling which historical backdrop to use when deciding how far to bend to make a deal: the most recent history of the last half-decade, when they dictated terms with impunity, or the early Nineties, when they couldn't give space away.
Then two smashing goals reflected their overall superiority as they dictated terms to an outclassed Harps.
6 in the world in junior competition last year, was up to the task and dictated terms having won the first set.