Celtic failed to muster a shot on target in sweltering conditions at the AXA Stadium as their opponents held sway
in what was both sides' first competitive match of the season.
And they are promising big top derring-do mixed with legendary Russian folklore in the form of Grigori Rasputin - the man some describe as a mystic and others as a mad monk, who held sway
at the Tsar's court until his infamous murder.
They held sway
for most of the 20th century and brought the country no benefits culturally, economically or in terms of self-worth.
Welshpool's pursuit of European soccer was frustrated in this goalless stalemate at Park Avenue as the two defences held sway
on a bone-hard surface.
That sort of treatment of voters would probably make world headlines if it were to happen in a foreign country where the USA held sway
Only now, and predominantly in Europe has secularism held sway
over most societies
At the oche they held sway
5-2 but the Meadow Street shufflers held the top hands at the old game to win 4-1 and take over pole position from Fife Street.
Neither side suggested they could make the breakthrough in this stalemate as defences held sway
with both camps appearing content with a point.
Through this act of appropriation, he identified with Proust's traditional aesthetic values without, however, rejecting the social view of the creative act, which held sway
, at least for a time, among some artists and critics during the 1980s.
That claim reminds me of the similar phrases -- "problem plays" or "elect nation plays" -- that held sway
for a while and then were either discarded or discredited all around.
Defences held sway
in the first half, but Huddersfield made the breakthrough on 67 minutes when Knight, on loan from Chelsea, rifled past an unsighted Mark Goodlad.
In fact, separatist beliefs never held sway
over mainstream civil rights leaders.