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challenger

cha luhn jer

  • n  the contestant you hope to defeat

  • THE CAMPAIGN (See Cover) For the next three weeks Tom Dewey, the challenger, will be under the intensest public scrutiny any American can undergo.
  • He was a young Jew, the challenger.
  • Last month Cynthia Ruccia, Kasich's Democratic challenger, called for a Justice Department investigation of what she said was "a serious appearance of impropriety" because Kasich .
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  • David Miliband in AFP
    If this is like other catastrophic failures of technological systems in modern history whether it was the sinking of the Titanic, Three Mile Island or the loss of the Challenger, we will likely discover that there was a cascade of failures:... Jeff Bingaman http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Bingaman&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF92wIiclidSPhaVcWwpGY9cFBxnQ MiamiHerald.com http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/05/11/1624203/feds-announce-new-agency-to-police.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGB1CeS33hGMQaY9sEGRGx30HVvMw May 11, 2010 16517 23021 challenger The Labour Party does not want a new leader, there is no vacancy, there is no challenger," Foreign Secretary David Miliband, who had been tipped as a possible challenger to Brown last year, told the BBC.
  • Barbara Morgan in Guardian Unlimited
    I think the great thing about it is that people will be thinking about Challenger and thinking about all the hard work lots of folks over many years have done to continue their mission,Morgan said last month.

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