battleground where

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  • The world had become an ideological battleground where one was either for or against communism -- no room for middle ground.
  • Within education, a major battleground where the use of the symbols was fought, the reactions were also mixed.
  • It becomes the battleground where good and evil compete for supremacy.
  • On the other hand it was a return to medieval war, pitting man against man on a battleground where only the courageous could win.
  • No ship could generate such a ray, so the Wandlites chose this battleground where they could establish themselves upon our deserted Moon. Cited from Wandl the Invader, by Raymond King Cummings
  • The town was built on the highland battleground where the last Native Americans opposed the Spanish Conquistadors.
  • Having succeeded on the same battleground where the "mother countries" had previously faltered, they were for the first time respected internationally for their own accomplishments.
  • The bay had come to regard himself as a mere battleground where devils who were very sly, and angels of excellent purpose but little experience, waged endless unequal warfare. Cited from Maria Chapdelaine, by Louis Hemon
  • With advice from bizarre sources and intense flights of fancy, finally Duncan realises that love is a battleground where only the fittest can survive.
  • A nearby countryside had a United Nations Space Command military camp installed and Balzers Quarry was transformed into a battleground where fifteen actors played out a two-hour-long adventure.
  • Kingston competed in the Intercontinental Championship Battle Royal at Battleground where he again avoided elimination by being caught by Big E and rode his shoulders to the ring.
  • He always wears a tattered school hat, which is a memento from his late older brother Genkichi who was killed years ago in the same battleground where Togashi fights Senkuu.
  • They are led onto a battleground where Buffy must stay alive against dozens of opponents as well as her friends who have been infected by the Potion of Madness in order to prevent Meter from rising.
  • The Times, for example, noted in its Literary Supplement that "Godric is a living battleground where God fights it out with the world, the Flesh, and the Devil."
  • The Watts were seen by Holland as integral to the shows success, partly because he had already guessed that the pub was going to be a monstrous battleground where emotions would run high on a regular basis, and also because the occupants would be providing the majority of the drama.
  • The Watts were seen by Holland as integral to the show's success, partly because he had already guessed that the pub was going to be a monstrous battleground where emotions would run high on a regular basis, and also because the occupants would be providing the majority of the drama.
  • To this end, the Greeks were able to lure the Persian fleet into the straits of Salamis; and, in a battleground where Persian numbers again counted for nothing, they won a decisive victory, justifying Themistocle's decision to build the Athenian fleet.