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"We could have a good argument to say we were hard done by to be behind at half-time and the second goal came on the counter - we could have dealt with it better but we were in the ascendancy then.
'How are we going to have the moral ascendancy to tell our constituents not to build structures obstructing the roads when local governments themselves do it?' he noted.
Its 1,851 stores have withstood the pressures from Amazon (AMZN) and the ascendancy of online shopping and have benefited from a shakeout in its rivals' stores, he adds.
Bethan Evans, 21, has joined Ascendancy Internet Marketing having previously worked on magazines and exhibitions for a firm in Nantwich, Cheshire.
"My role at Ascendancy is digital marketing assistant and I hope to build a career within the digital marketing industry with the company as well as learning vital skills to complement my role."
Bishop Oscar Florencio said such individual should not be elected for lack of moral ascendancy.
Grimsby Town boss Michael Jolley admitted his frustration at losing againstCrewe Alexafter believing his side had been in the ascendancy at Gresty Road.
"I thought West Brom were in the ascendancy all the way.
He said Pakistan Navy through a bold and daring Operation Somnath attacked Indian Radar Station at Dwarka and right at the onset of the war gained psychological ascendancy.
Surrey closed on 231-9, still requiring 59 runs to avoid the follow-on, in reply to Lancashire's 439-9dec after a superb ninth-wicket century stand between Joe Mennie and Tom Bailey nudged Lancashire into the ascendancy.
As the hearing regressed, some people talked about moral ascendancy. This was an area no one has an expertise in.
QPR had to weather the storm somewhat after Birmingham equalised, and the boss praised the way his side "ripped the ascendancy" from them after they pulled level.