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However, with the threat failing to materialise, McSheffrey extended the hosts' lead before Brunt pulled one back and it was Wednesday's turn to d ominate.
You could almost prepare for a game similar to the French match, they don't play a wide game although they have the players to do that, but they try to ominate up front first.
Calabresi and Melamed argued persuasively that, when transaction costs make consensual transfer prohibitively expensive, liability rules are likely to ominate property rules because liability rules more closely replicate the outcome that transaction costs preclude.