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(of a city) considered with the inclusion of the outer suburbs
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On behalf of those fans, we are delighted to continue our partnership with the NFF and show our support for the Super Eagles as they strive for greatness and embark on a new chapter in their journey to reclaim their status among the elite teams in the World, said Mr Devlin Hainsworth, Managing Director of Guinness Nigeria Plc.
Other researchers focusing on presidential greatness study the presidential rankings and greatness scores produced by others.
Dove Hair Care and award-winning actress and singer Idina Menzel recently invited America's best glee clubs, choirs and groups of three to 10 musically inclined friends to compete for their own brush with greatness in the "Dove Hair Care Brush with Greatness Sing4All" video contest.
Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness ;thrust upon em.
We've teamed up with Sports Book of the Month and have a copy of Touched By Greatness to give away.
Achieving greatness requires you to listen to others, to search out the best thinking available, and to creatively apply what you are learning to your own world.
Frankel was certainly born with the physical attributes necessary for greatness, and with the good fortune to be wafted by serendipity into the stable of an arch propagator of greatness.
He said: "I think it's very difficult for people who are successful to remain humble, it's a touch of greatness.
Word Portraits of Seven Notable Men - Men of Courage, Sacrifice, and True Greatness
Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them.
Critique: Beautifully illustrated in full color throughout, "She: A Celebration Of Greatness In Every Woman" is exceptionally well written and presented, making it ideal for gift giving and an enduringly popular addition to community library Women's Studies & Biography collections.
Paul Gascoigne had all the gifts of greatness and whatever training techniques had been used with him, whatever defensive techniques had been used against him, his inherent di'erence from ordinary players would have made him stand out.