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Meanwhile, junior college transfer Hunter Feduccia took a stranglehold of becoming starting catcher.
Britain has long had a stranglehold on the design and manufacture of wings, the most complex part of an aircraft’s shell, spurring the U.K. to closely guard its expertise in the field and drawing the envy of other sites in the Airbus network.
Does that mean the Wildcats have a stranglehold on the Pac-12 Player of the Year race, too?
Napoli appears more and more likely to end Juventus' stranglehold on the Italian league title.
If Ryan and McConnell, despite their party's nominal stranglehold on power in Washington, find themselves in need of help to pass a must-pass bill, their job is to get creative and to strike a deal with their Democratic counterparts.
Republicans are growing more and more alarmed about the prospect of losing the House of Representatives in November, which would break the party’s stranglehold on unified power in Washington.
First, the genre became the most-consumed among Americans in 2017 -- thanks primarily to trap’s streaming stranglehold.
And even Megan Walker, who seemed to have a stranglehold on the seventh spot, played just three minutes Tuesday.
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