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However, any fears over the British pair -- and Fleming's confidence in particular -- were brushed aside as woeful serving from Pavic helped them to open up a decisive 3-0 lead at the start of the fourth set.
Italy's Roberta Vinci booked her place in the third round with a 6-4 6-3 win over Marina Erakovic while Tamira Paszek brushed aside Alize Cornet 6-2 6-1.
European champions Inter Milan won the Club World Cup and brought some relief to beleaguered coach Rafael Benitez when they brushed aside Africa's TP Mazembe 3-0 in the final.
Pathak said statements of new witnesses who named Kumar could not be brushed aside, but at the same time they needed to explain during the trial as to why they had not deposed against the petitioner on earlier occasions.
She calmly brushed aside incoming from the Swift Boat Mothers for Sacrifice of Sons.
In the heat of the game, Brian brushed aside Amanda, planning on spending time with her later when all the guys weren't there.
But Inter owner Massimo Moratti has brushed aside rumours he is in talks with the Spaniards over the transfer of Brazilian striker Adriano as part of an exchange for Ronaldo and Walter Samuel.
In Division 2B Meath are really struggling without a point and Mayo's big win over Carlow last Saturday means they will not be brushed aside without a fight.
13, 2002, response, Bush brushed aside the appeal and insisted that the words of the Pledge "help define our nation.
brushed aside concerns about public perception of whether doctors seem greedy in asking for higher reimbursement rates.
In the recent Durham school case, Catholic Bishop Anthony Meagher's summary of what was appropriate conduct in a Catholic school was brushed aside, and the court sided with a student, Marc Hall, in order to enforce a code of conduct which reflected the secular culture.