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It's presented annually to the winner of the round robin between the three major service academies.
Seeing elephants and giraffes lumber across a dry African landscape — even on TV — was a stark contrast to my suburban wildlife encounters that entailed red robins and gray squirrels hopping across manicured green lawns.
The Big 12 is the best conference in the nation, and their round robin is widely considered one of the toughest around.
Surtain's gridders had to persevere through a tough opener against that same Palm Beach team as part of the round-robin type event.
Royals outfielder Jorge Bonifacio and the Tigres del Licey secured a spot in the league’s round robin tournament with a win on the same night.
Prestige Skyline Edition is a feminine and floral scent with a more musky finish all wrapped up in the brand’s signature robin egg blue.
At Lockport Prairie, Witkowski counted 45 mallard ducks, four cardinals, one robin, seven gulls and 12 dark-eyed juncos in his final tally.
The Tigers will face Furman, Marshall and Wichita State twice and Tennessee Tech once in the round-robin tournament.
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First Known Use: circa 1550See Words from the same year
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