A copy of the decision on the solar and wind contention
10C) is here: http://www.
An Irishman in contention
should bring out the crowds for the final round.
Bradley Dredge (pictured) and Paul Lawrie kept each other motivated to stay in contention
McCarthy said: "Rory is training now and if all goes well he has a chance of being in contention
for the Birmingham game.
But he made amends yesterday by winning four consecutive stages to propel himself back into contention
for a top-three spot.
The Parisian seems to go to pieces when in contention
on day four.
Victory here 12 months ago, with rounds of 64 on Thursday and Sunday, clinched the Asian Tour Order of Merit for Dyson and he was delighted to be back in contention
after a disappointing year by his own high standards on the European Tour, where he finished 87th on the money list.
now, this might be locks or contention
, but I/O is a likely culprit.
In keeping with his contention
in the introduction and conclusion that sexuality is too complex and diverse for there to be "truths" about it, McLaren's final chapter critiques the standard "liberalization" trope used so often by North American historians of sexuality, and of which the most stunning result is a growing homogenization, notable for example in the willingness of 1990s gays to get married.
The Scot said: 'We said we would not be in contention
to win races until this year and we would not be in contention
to win the world championship until next year and I still stand by that.
He said: "I hope I can continue that sort of form this year but really I want to put myself into contention
The Tax Court found no merit in Mountain State's contention
that "cost" may refer to replacement cost as well as to actual cost; the court reasoned that "[i]f Congress had intended for the term `cost' in LIFO inventory tax accounting to have a meaning different from th[e] regulatory definition [of Regs.