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These five heads should be familiar to every general: he who knows them will be victorious; he who knows them not will fail.
New species are formed by new varieties arising, which have some advantage over older forms; and those forms, which are already dominant, or have some advantage over the other forms in their own country, would naturally oftenest give rise to new varieties or incipient species; for these latter must be victorious in a still higher degree in order to be preserved and to survive.
If two great regions had been for a long period favourably circumstanced in an equal degree, whenever their inhabitants met, the battle would be prolonged and severe; and some from one birthplace and some from the other might be victorious. But in the course of time, the forms dominant in the highest degree, wherever produced, would tend everywhere to prevail.
His object was, however, to be victorious, and not to win money.
In the ongoing general elections, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman hoped to be victorious.
Theoretically no one wants to be on the losing team, it feels good to be victorious.
How can we live authentically knowing that as far as we are concerned thanatos will be victorious over eros?
The speed with which the single-shot muskets could be fired and reloaded in the field could largely determine whether a unit would be victorious. Trainees were drilled until they could perform the 15 motions required in each firing cycle swiftly and automatically.
History will not forgive revolutionaries who wait until they can be victorious and risk losing everything.
SUSPECTED terrorist Marwan Barghouti shouts "the uprising will be victorious" as he is taken to court to stand trial on charges of orchestrating attacks in the Middle East.
As for entering a handsome hunk competition I would consider it to be lowering my standards to compete in a contest in which I would certainly be victorious, thereby causing humiliation and jealousy amongst a vainglorious bunch of also-ran mere mortals.
The HMO, to be victorious, must achieve maximum cost savings under its Medicare Risk Contract.