He had been in the midst of a campaign for parliament when he paused to prepare for the match with Charr.
The hurricane takes two critical states, Virginia and New Hampshire, off the campaign trail this week.
They mentioned they were casting a campaign for Garnier Fructis and that they adored my hair.
A survey by the U of T/Austin said campaign donors are more influential with members of Congress than anyone else.
Ronald Reagan faced the highest rate going into his 1984 campaign, but that was 7.2 percent on Election Day.
The campaign of the previous month had been a hard one for the cavalry.
He was also in the dark as to what the next move in the campaign was to be.
The campaign of 1876 was a very significant event in the history of Sulu.
He threw himself into the campaign with the zeal of a crusader.
So of Henry Sidney's campaign, and so of the ill-fated Essex.
1640s, "operation of an army in the field," from French campagne "campaign," literally "open country," from Old French champagne "countryside, open country" (suited to military maneuvers), from Late Latin campania "level country" (source of Italian campagna, Spanish campaña, Portuguese campanha), from Latin campus "a field" (see campus). Old armies spent winters in quarters and took to the "open field" to seek battle in summer. Extension of meaning from military to political is American English, 1809.
1701, from campaign (n.). Political sense is from 1801. Related: Campaigned; campaigning.