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In the short run, those who stand to gain the most by doing battle in the new arena are those who find themselves marginalized by the economic realities of traditional campaigning.
The new initiative was announced in Melbourne where the Irish compromise rules team are currently doing battle with Australia.
When he was one of the later Dr Whos, Colin was forever travelling through time and space, doing battle with unrealistic monsters on wobbly sets.
Aladdin must save his own life by doing battle with Sa'luk, a villain who wears knife blades attached to his hand.
THERE'S a tasty-looking WRU National Cup second round tie at the Arms Park this afternoon, with Cardiff doing battle with Merthyr (kick-off 2.
We're looking forward to doing battle with them and trying to take this series.
And the pair will be doing battle at the iconic Crucible Theatre for the second time in three years.
They all square off against a series of occult forces and Lovecraftian entities while simultaneously doing battle with the many real-world terrors of Jim Crow America.
Huddersfield will be doing battle at the John Smith's Stadium against Featherstone Rovers (Sunday, August 14), London Broncos (Friday, September 2) and Leeds Rhinos (Sunday, September 18) in their bid to avoid relegation to the Kingstone Press Championship.
When we are doing battle live on TV against Forest then the Derby players will already be 36 hours or 30 hours into their recovery to be ready for coming to Elland Road.
CAVALIERS and roundheads will be doing battle at historic Aston Hall as the city celebrates its first ever heritage week.
Twenty of the world's best cycling teams are doing battle across Northumberland for two days in September, with an exciting race finish taking place in Blyth on Wednesday 9 September and a race start in Prudhoe on Thursday September 10.