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Immediately at the feet of the party, the southern shore of the Horican swept in a broad semicircle from mountain to mountain, marking a wide strand, that soon rose into an uneven and somewhat elevated plain.
It was a rugged course, rocky and uneven, yet the two knights, choosing their men, dashed onwards at the top of their speed, while the gallant Spaniards flew as swiftly to meet them.
I knew this common very well; it was for the most part very uneven ground, covered with heather and dark-green furze bushes, with here and there a scrubby old thorn-tree; there were also open spaces of fine short grass, with ant-hills and mole-turns everywhere; the worst place I ever knew for a headlong gallop.
I can say that Marina Nekrasova will most likely perform in all four disciplines (vault, uneven bars, beam and floor exercise)," Pravdina added.
Junior all-around Caleigh Pistorius led the winning team's effort with victories on uneven bars (9.
He said one of the major issues that farmers need to address is uneven crop fields.
The answer is to use a stain block paint first, but most stain blocks are so thick that they're hard to apply to uneven surfaces like wood and bricks.
The answer is to use a stain block paint first but most stain blocks are so thick they're hard to apply to uneven surfaces like wood and bricks.
com/article/us-olympics-rio-agymnastics-w-russia-idUSKCN10I0SJ) Mustafina, who won individual gold on uneven bars in 2012, said .
He presents geopolitical economy as the useful tool for an examination of international tensions and promotes further development and specification of uneven and combined development as the dominant pattern in the unfolding of capitalist international relations, one that is constitutive of its component states themselves.
Uneven Modernity: Literature, Film, and Intellectual Discourse in Postsocialist China