As much as we might want to pride ourselves on inventing drugs, nature invariably beat us to the punch
We had to go about our own thing but I was a little concerned they might beat us to the punch
One of the police community support officers said in another Facebook post that they had been looking for the man but "Ultimately Batman beat us to the punch
They beat us to the punch
by adding BryanPrunty andthat qualityhasenhanced them.
From the get-go, they beat us to the punch
all night," St Louis manager Tony La Russa said.
He nearly beat us to the punch
, rising from his bed at 2:30 in the afternoon.
Perelman beat us to the punch
fair and square, and fully deserves to become one of four people to win the mathematics world's top prize, the Fields Medal.
And we'd better hurry, he claims because China just might beat us to the punch
Doncaster's racing manager Steven Clarke said: "It's not the first time this has happened as Kempton beat us to the punch
in 1989, but it is a bit disappointing as we are normally associated with the traditional curtain-raiser to the Flat.
That's a question we wanted to ask, but it turns out someone beat us to the punch
CBC's This Hour has 22 Minutes beat us to the punch
on that one a few days after the election was called.
As to the timing of Imagine's action, Singer adds, "It is my understanding that Imagine and its lawyers were aware that we were possibly going to file our claims against Imagine and Universal (July 7) and they wanted to beat us to the punch
Foodservice beat us to the punch
and our only counter was a weak imitation of the blow that had stunned us.
Shortly after the Russians beat us to the punch
by launching Sputnik - the first earth-orbiting satellite - America was in a panic.