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Schmeling's victory over an African American was touted by Nazi officials as proof of their doctrine of Aryan superiority.
Baldry touted Stewart's abilities to Melody Maker magazine and the group enjoyed a weekly residence at London's fabled Marquee Club.
However, legislation, rather than judicial development, has been touted as the only way to remove this entrenched common law doctrine.
Because feathers are often associated with birds, feathered dinosaurs are often touted as the missing link between birds and dinosaurs.
Is used as both a noun and adjective describing the most prominent or highly touted product, brand, location, or service offered by a company.
Edward Carson was appointed First Lord of the Admiralty, as had been widely touted during the intrigues of the previous month, but excluded from the War Cabinet.
But the technique did not withstand storms, and it was abandoned in 1788 in favour of scuttling of old warships and a rockfill to lost stones that had been touted by La Bretonnière.
The diversity of food is touted as a reason to visit the country, and the variety of food representing different ethnicities is seen by the government as a symbol of its multiculturalism.
Reports emanating from World Rugby and its business partners have frequently touted the tournament's media growth, with cumulative worldwide television audiences of 300 million for the inaugural 1987 tournament, 1.
During one of these tournament, it is often suggested that Fitzsimmons defeated Herbert Slade, a professional heavyweight boxer who was touring with Mace, but Slade was touted as being undefeated in 1883, and it is possible that it was Slade's brother that Fitzsimmons beat.
At the center of it were the South Sea Company, set up in 1711 to conduct English trade with South America, and the Mississippi Company, focused on commerce with France's Louisiana colony and touted by transplanted Scottish financier John Law, who was acting in effect as France's central banker.
Julia Gillard is being touted as the natural successor to Kevin Rudd after another opinion poll showed growing public disenchantment with the prime minister.
The much- touted lines about Samoan hospitality ring true, as do the listings of waterfalls, gorges, craters, caves.
With what is being touted as the biggest line-up ever.