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We had the ascendancy at the scrums," said Protherough.
As the hearing regressed, some people talked about moral ascendancy.
Since his ascendancy to the White House, Trump has shown disregard for all agreements and pacts signed by previous US presidents.
At one point, he asked if the Church had moral ascendancy.
The BJP was irked at the former Home Minister's suggestion that Kashmir problem had been further complicated by the ascendancy of PDP- BJP alliance to power.
Among Irish historians the process of ending Protestant ascendancy generally ended during that period.
His government, known as The Ascendancy, has attacked and enslaved eleven other Earths and has its sights set on our world as their next target for their empire.
Robert Ludlum's (TM) The Bourne Ascendancy provides a new novel in Ludlum's series, but written by Erik Van Lustbader.
Through the vision of the writers she discusses, Lake uncovers a deep critique of the ascendancy of personal autonomy as America's most cherished value.
Ascendancy Healthcare, a company that commercialises products in China and related emerging markets, has signed a contract with EffRx Pharmaceuticals, an innovative company that exploits drug delivery technologies, it was reported yesterday.
Ascendancy Healthcare, Inc and Quintiles have inked a multi-year collaboration deal, which will span a full spectrum of clinical development activities necessary for the registration of products for commercialization in China.
He interrogates the myth that the New Deal signaled an era of liberal ascendancy and a strong labor-movement, arguing that corporations have dominated American politics since long before the neoliberal revolution 40 years ago.