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I felt uncomfortable reading out those words - yet there are people who feel comfortable flinging those words around every day, and when that language goes unchallenged it becomes old hat.
In contrast, the 21 unchallenged mayoralty candidates of NP represent 1,063,696 voters.
WHILE the Narendra Modi regime is all poised to lose the 'newly-elected' tag as it draws closer to the completion of one year, the prime minister still commands the epithet of "master communicator" for his never-before-in-Indianpolitics use of all platforms of mass communication, ranging from print and electronic to web-based services and even the radio, apart from emerging as the unchallenged king of the social media.
Then on six minutes from a free-kick chipped into the box, Dan Burn nodded on for Aaron McLean to put an unchallenged looping header high and wide from 10 yards.
Scorpions were first on the board in the second half when Gore burst through and ran unchallenged for his second.
Richards' shot took a deflection off Andy Frampton and Kee was on hand to head unchallenged into an unguarded net.
For too long, it has gone unidentified and unchallenged.
Left unchallenged, it can undergo the Joseph Goebbels' transformation - repeat a lie often enough and it becomes truth.
Ofcom said it was a serious breach of the code forbidding presenters to "promote an unchallenged political message at election time".
Simpson netted unchallenged as he flicked a pass from Jem Karacan into the corner of the net from six yards.
Brown headed home unchallenged from a Jamie Price corner on 36 minutes to seal a 1-0 win at the Valley Stadium in a tightly contested affair between the two Blue Square North rivals.
Zrate are unchallenged for reelection to three-year terms, while H.