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After years of doing well, my nemesis had returned, hovering near me, looking for a way in.
In those contests, we saw Tennessee both jump out to a significant lead and overcome a significant deficit, so the Ravens have yet to quite crack the formula for defeating their nemesis.
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Because Washington lives by the pressure created by its four defensive linemen, quick-release quarterbacks are, in theory, its nemesis.
With the occasional assistance of Elizabeth Waring, a Justice Department official who has served both as his nemesis and reluctant helper throughout the series, he must identify, locate and “neutralize” the anonymous forces ranged against him.
Launched by a former Google engineer in 2011 to share GIFs, Kuaishou has evolved into a nemesis of Douyin, TikTok’s sister in China.
We have swift reward and punishment—no hateful things called Nemesis.
Then, as though grown weary of the idyllic romance she was composing, Fortune donned the tragic robes of Nemesis.
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What was the tragic destiny that hung over them—the Nemesis that gripped them, and forced them to take such a chance?
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When off the island of Moora the Nemesis came suddenly upon a fleet of eleven pirate boats, pursuing a trading prahu.
The Nemesis chased the pirates to the shore, who drew up in line along the beach.

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