bragging rights


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bragging rights

pl n
notional privileges that are gained by defeating a close rival
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You can still play season long games, but pulse that with the thrill of weekly games of fantasy skill where you can win more than just bragging rights, in the UK and US and Canada you can compete for cold hard cash.
The striker (inset) became the first Argyle striker to score a hat-trick in a Devon derby as Sheridan's men comfortably won the bragging rights.
The stand out game was a close encounter between first placed Bangkok who were looking to extend their lead, against Dem Lads who needed a win to keep the pressure on the leaders The fierce rivalry between both sides is no secret, as bragging rights as well the the points were equally as important in this one.
PAUL Lambert reckons the Villa Park faithful could give his side the edge as they attempt to secure bragging rights over Albion for the first time in seven attempts tonight.
Additionally, there are several bonus rounds and the person who has garnered the most points at the end of each episode, wins “Total Bragging Rights.
But with the Dark Blues back in the SPL Barry Smith's men want to regain the bragging rights at Dens Park tomorrow.
It is the objective of this work to discuss the relevance of bragging rights to tourism management and marketing.
Play for bragging rights - Top the leaderboards to become the ultimate champion
The Trojans' bragging rights slip over to the hardwood.
It's not just for bragging rights for the year, it's bragging rights for the rest of my life.
PALMDALE - Burt Rutan's father was eagerly anticipating the Palmdale Rotary Club fine he would have to pay for bragging rights on his younger son's latest accomplishment.