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n. an easy victory; an easy task. (From sports.) Learning the computer’s operating system was no walkover for me.
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Monique, whose mother hosts the team for lunch at her residence whenever they are in Nairobi for away matches, however said that her team is determined to remain strong."It is hard but we are not going to give walkovers.
'Walkovers in a top flight league is not healthy at all.
Sheehan said: "I've had a few two-runner races but I've never been involved in a walkover. I've just got to walk down half a furlong, turn around and come back past the post - my job is just to stay on board!" "It's unfortunate for Leicester, who have been really unlucky with the rain, but it's straightforward for me.
Hosts Dubai Police, meanwhile, ended at the top of the group following their walkover win against Al Zayed who failed to turn up on the night.
and Massachusetts Avenue will be utilized as a starting point for the walkover. On-site parking will be available.
Also in the same age category, Akshat Gupta edged Eleina Alex 4-2, while Mary Monkhouse received a walkover from Advaith Shankar.
Depending on job requirements, most utility projects with small- and medium-size drilling equipment (generally those with 5,000 to 90,000 pounds of pullback) use the basic steering technology of early drill units: the orientation of a slant-face drill head is monitored by a crew member with a handheld, walkover receiver that provides information about the location and orientation of the drill head, and that information is used to make steering corrections.
In the men's opener, B team captain Lewis James and Chris Barton beat Robert Hardcastle and Simon Smith in straight games, and then had rather pointless walkovers in the next two games.
KILMARNOCK midfielder Mehdi Taouil knows a thing or two about cup shocks - and insists the Rugby Park side are doomed if they reckon Airdrie will be walkovers at New Broomfield tomorrow night.
Other than for Croxteth's John Donnelly, who lost to Fox ABCs quality bantamweight Kallum D'Eath, 26-11, it was good news all round for the West Lancs Liverpool team who beat East Lancs Manchester 9-1, plus two walkovers, to make the national quarterfinals at the Olympia on Wednesday, November 15 (12pm & 6pm).
Bewdley's first team have been automatically relegated from Division One in the Mixed Doubles Summer League after forfeiting two walkovers and Bewdley's third team have suffered a similar fate in Division Two after forfeiting three walkovers.
41 around the bayfront has people talking about pedestrian walkovers. But planners say that's a step in the wrong direction.
Her name was written in the lights of Broadway as "The Perfect Woman." As a specialty dancer for Ziegfeld she performed backward walkovers leading the elephants on to the stage.
Edwards's bout was the first of the night as both light-flyweight and flyweight contests were declared walkovers. Yassyn Essa, of Peacocks, became light-flyweight champion by walkover and that also proved the method of Matthew Edmonds's victory after St Joseph team-mate Kevin Foley failed the doctor with a shoulder injury.
HARBURY and Ford have both withdrawn from Sunday's first round of the Warwickshire Shield, handing walkovers to respective opponents Manor Park and Alcester.