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Michael V expressed his excitement regarding the contest's new battlers.
Control F1 will also feature in the Little British Battler Report, which will be published in early December.
"We are proud to be selected as a stand-out company, and a Little British Battler, that is helping our clients create happy customers and to be at the cutting edge of customer engagement."
That could mean talks being put on hold until Boro know what division they will be in - and it may mean the battler being asked to take a cut to stay, as Julio Arca and Justin Hoyte have been in recent times.
Italian battler Andreas Seppi should have too much class for Vasek Pospisil today
"But since I threatened him myself he hasn't BATTLER: bothered us because he knows I mean business.
Southern Cross Goldfields Limited (ASX:SXG) reported excellent results from the recent drilling program at the Battler deposit in Western Australia.
BUC, trailing after a 31st minute goal by Sujal Shrestha, came to life on 76th minute through a goal from Raju Rai, who quickly added two more on 89th and 94th minutes to bag a vital point for BUC in their battler for survival - which looks increasingly harder with just five matches to go before the curtain falls.
THE father of a young cerebral palsy battler is preparing to lead his footballing friends to tackle a charity tournament.
While Howard craftily withdrew the battler after 1996--battlers aren't supposed to be battling once a leader has the power to act--the values they supposedly strived to express were clearly still in play.
Boxing fan dad Spencer, 36, and mum Rachel, 35, from Carmarthen gave him a real battler's name after legendary heavyweight Sir Henry.
The 'battler' is a term much used in popular political and cultural parlance these days.