Bear with a wretch, Lavinia, bear with a wretch, ma'am, who feels the noble sacrifices you make for him, but is goaded almost to madness,' Mr Sampson slapped his forehead, 'when he thinks of competing with
the rich and influential.
For the general good, he was held back from competing with
the railroad, and taught to cooperate with it by hauling freight to and from the depots.
Historically, many of these agreements also attempted to keep former employees from competing with
the agency in any way whatsoever.
Among the teams will be a group from Palos Verdes High School that will be competing with
a modified Acura MDX called ``Doom Buggy'' and a team from the California Institute of Technology, which has a modified Ford van dubbed ``Alice.
To compensate for the difficulty with competing with
Chinese businesses head-to-head, Vecchiarelli says that his company is seeking out specialty niche markets in which It can operate.
This is an agreement that precludes the seller from competing with
the buyer for a specified time.
Prior to competing with
Ganassi, Leffler drove a JGR Busch Series car in 1999 and 2000, making 35 starts.
Jain had breached his fiduciary duty by competing with
the Company while he was a director and that he had breached the non-solicitation provision of his agreement with InfoSpace were matters to be considered in a jury trial.
Not only are GTE and Pacific Bell competing with
newcomers to California -- we're competing with
each other, and customers will be the winners.
All four - Jack Simpson, Chris Turner, Scott Dardenelle and Albert Jiminez - are freshmen and are still competing with
each other to determine who will participate in which events.
The first time I ran in New York, I saw people competing with
one leg, I saw blind people, I saw people in wheelchairs,'' he said.