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New England Patriots defeat Philadelphia Eagles, 3/1
Another youth leader Gagan Thapa, who has been able to escape defeat has asked for restructuring of the party by replacing the octogenarian leaders in the party by the youths.
Gary Welsh always has his team up for the challenge and that he did with the Mary's team playing excellently to defeat Saltersgill 5-3 and put a massive dent in any hope they had of challenging the Springfield for the title they have won for the last two seasons.
The Ottoman Culture of Defeat is quite successful in capturing the dynamic atmosphere of the aftermath of the Balkan Wars, which was characterized by a search for consolation, revenge, revival and return to Balkan lands.
ALAN PARDEW'S SIX-GAME LOSING STREAK - MARCH-APRIL 2014 This run, which saw the Magpies concede 17 goals in six games and score just once, started with a crushing 3-0 defeat to Everton - and it would only get worse.
The flamboyant Portuguese, a former assistant coach at Barca who managed Porto, Chelsea and Inter Milan before going to Real, suffered his worst defeat in a league match at the hands of La Liga champions.
Thus the good fighter is able to secure himself against defeat, but cannot make certain of defeating the enemy.
Many in the media and in the GOP establishment will lay the blame on us for the Republican defeat.
The Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization and the National Defense Industrial Association are cosponsoring the two-day IED conference at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center to exchange information and explore solutions.
It fell to America to step into the fray and provide the men and machines that would help defeat the Nazis and their allies.
I say "our music" with a bit of pride because as one of the organizers of "The Committee to Defeat Howard Baker," I believe that 33 out of 67 is not a bad score.
Washington education officials say the defeat of a measure to raise education spending by $1 billion a year by increasing the state sales tax by 1 percent will mean renewed pressure on state legislators for funding.