- What cannot a teacher do that has succeeded in
**winning the**esteem and affection of his pupils? - All will improve the health and therefore increase human energies for
**winning the**war. - But we were
**winning the**war now, and these guerilla operations would not be necessary. - And if you ever had a chance of
**winning the**girl, you have lost it by your imprudence. - If they gave you medicine and you prospered, you would be
**winning the**battle they have lost. - If you succeed in
**winning the**divinity you may be a slave, but a cherished slave. - Yet a few statistics eloquently disclose the part played by the convoy system in
**winning the**war. - The first extra reward is naturally a stimulus toward
**winning the**second extra reward. - She never knew how near her gentle manner and pleasant voice came to
**winning the**day at once. - Morphy scored, thus
**winning the**match; having only lost two games and drawn two. - Some vague idea of
**winning the**war just to get even with the Boches seemed to be in his mind. - In course of time he became very successful in
**winning the**Mohawks of that place to Christianity. - Americans, too, are
**winning the**good will of the Indian student both in India and abroad. - She entered the Milan Conservatory,
**winning the**first prize and diploma in piano playing in 1903. - This was her last effort, as I ran out at 6/4,
**winning the**Championship for the second time.

- Brinker kept
**winning the**scraps. - They succeeded in
**winning the**affections of the savages. - Germany settled down to the business of
**winning the**war. - He no longer spoke of
**winning the**cross. - I was given a chance of
**winning the**coveted title. - This simply means that the enemy is
**winning the**war. - This simply means that the enemy is
**winning the**war. - All about Wilson
**winning the**transcontinental race. - Or, Winning the Plaudits of the Sunny South.
- Or, Winning the Plaudits of the Sunny South.
- Or, Winning the Plaudits of the Sunny South.
- The happy recipient congratulated himself on
**winning the**prize. - Not for the glory of
**winning the**match and carrying the medal for a week. - His superior training was the great factor in his
**winning the**match. - In this struggle that is the right and sure way of
**winning the**victory. - The haemorrhage had stopped; youth and health were
**winning the**battle. - It is a tale of the soil, of
**winning the**land from wilderness to fruitfulness. - This would be a trophy worth winning, the hide and head of such a bear.
- I don't know whether we've any chance of
**winning the**shield. - But, we were
**winning the**war, and a great many of its provisions were applied. - She thought she was helping the Cave-men by
**winning the**favor of the god. - At the present moment you own a colt which looks like
**winning the**Derby. - You've been handicapped out of
**winning the**race, Abel. - H.M. Abrahams
**winning the**long jump with a distance of 22yds. - Billie Bradley
**winning the**trophy; or, Scoring against big odds.