The emphatic horse, cut short by the whip in a most decided negative, made a decided scramble for
it, and the three other horses followed suit.
Harrogate racer A Redfearn was the winner in the Unlimited cc Non-winners race and D Todd was first across the line in the Bradley Scramble for
bikes up to 200cc.
of Witwatersrand, South Africa) and Melber (executive director, Dag Hammraskjold Foundation, Sweden), provide varying answers to that question as they examine such issues as the neoliberalization of African economies, US-Chinese rivalries over African resources and markets, India's motivations for engaging with Africa, the role of South Africa, the militarization of resource politics in Africa, connections between oil and war in Chad, comparison of the activities of transnational mining companies in the 19th and 21st centuries in the Central African copper belt, the scramble for
genetic resources, the European Union and the international scramble for
African fish, the marginalization of African capitalism, and public contracts and foreign business bribery in Uganda.
If these two players are not open, the QB will scramble for the end zone.
If both options are covered, the QB will scramble for the end zone.
The state's scramble for
power, again blamed on tight supplies and high costs, came a day before federal regulators were to provide a much-anticipated plan for scaling back skyrocketing wholesale electricity prices.
According to some theorists, such a mating fest, where males literally scramble for
partners, should encourage the evolution of specific ways to pick the best mates.
Thomas Pakenham notes, "The scramble for Africa bewildered everyone" (xxi).
The Scramble for Africa is an extremely readable and well-constructed discussion of a momentous era.
Here is a guy who missed priority registration because he went home to Oregon for the summer and had to scramble for classes.
When Parks returned, priority registration for athletes already had occurred, leaving Parks to scramble for classes.