He called up the competing
lordling again, and asked: "What was the rank and condition of the great-grandmother who con- ferred British nobility upon your great house?
Dogmatics is quite beyond me, quite; so I am not competing
But Queen Henrietta, without even turning toward him who made these hypocritical pretensions, crossed the cabinet, opened the door for herself and passing through the midst of the cardinal's numerous guards, courtiers eager to pay homage, the luxurious show of a competing
royalty, she went and took the hand of De Winter, who stood apart in isolation.
As far as a man can throw a javelin when competing
for some prize, or even in battle--so far did the Trojans now retreat before the Achaeans.
But when it came to competing
with Houndsditch Wednesday--here words failed Mr Rackstraw.
You might think him at first sight only an admirable specimen of a thoroughly well-educated  man, full, of course, of the modern spirit; stimulated and formed by the influences of the varied intellectual world around him; and competing
, in his turn, with many very various types of contemporary ability.
I saw the prize offer, but I'd never dream of competing
From five to seven every afternoon, scorning the attractions of the band outside and the generally festive air which pervaded the great tea rooms, he sat at the corner of the bar upon an article of furniture which resembled more than anything else an office stool, dividing his attention between desultory conversation with any other gentleman who might be indulging in a drink, and watching the billiards in which some of his compatriots were usually competing
Is it not true that that known as a trust produces more efficiently and cheaply than can a thousand competing
They were always competing
, striving to outdo each other, and when entered upon some such struggle there was no limit either to their endeavors or passions.
The air was full of bees--bees sallying forth for honey, bees returning with honey, bees trampling on each other's heels, bees pausing in mid-air to pass the time of day with rivals on competing
lines of traffic.
The bell again; the glare of light and heat dispelled; the factories, looming heavy in the black wet night - their tall chimneys rising up into the air like competing
Towers of Babel.