More than thirty yeomen at first presented themselves as competitors, several of whom were rangers and under-keepers in the royal forests of Needwood and Charnwood.
The diminished list of competitors for silvan fame still amounted to eight.
It is able, also, to fit out and dispatch its own trappers the soonest, so as to get the start of its competitors
, and to have the first dash into the hunting and trapping grounds.
Poe's first genuine victory was won in 1833, when he was the successful competitor
for a prize of $100 offered by a Baltimore periodical for the best prose story.
As China was the grand mart for the furs collected in these quarters, the Russians had the advantage over their competitors
in the trade.
came forward and proved exactly four generations of nobility himself.
In this case we can clearly see that if we wished in imagination to give the plant the power of increasing in number, we should have to give it some advantage over its competitors, or over the animals which preyed on it.
Hence, also, we can see that when a plant or animal is placed in a new country amongst new competitors, though the climate may be exactly the same as in its former home, yet the conditions of its life will generally be changed in an essential manner.
Master Coppenole himself applauded, and Clopin Trouillefou, who had been among the competitors
(and God knows what intensity of ugliness his visage could attain), confessed himself conquered: We will do the same.
The crushing of his rivals, the homage of his less successful competitors
, the grosser pleasures of wine, the music-halls, and the unlimited spending of money amongst people whom he despised had long since palled upon him.
The inventors who had been his competitors
in the attempt to produce a musical telegraph, persuaded themselves that they had unconsciously done as much as he.
Be sure you're clipping the gates while, odds are, your competitor
's lounging at the base sipping a cold one.