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Delaware Republicans backed Jim DeMartino, an attorney, but Witzke prevailed.
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They prevailed against Houston’s Phi Slama Jama in 1984 and were within 5 points of winning all three, if it weren’t for historic shooting from eighth-seeded Villanova in 1985 and a shot from some guy named Michael Jordan in 1982.
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It’s hard to say what will prevail in the long run because the evidence points to the fact that this is working to rank sites.
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While the prevailing guidance may be to simply create a Wikipedia page in order to obtain a Knowledge Panel, there is more than one approach.
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The Midway Sports & Entertainment District plan includes prevailing wage for all construction trades and on-site affordable housing, both of which add significantly to overall development costs.
Deep rooted dissatisfaction with prevailing social injustice and actions against such inequity isn’t new.
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In the case of civilian review board in the Newark, the board largely prevailed in the aftermath of the police union lawsuit.
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