Its spokeswoman Nancy Webster said she feared the high charges would defeat the object of the legislation.
she had still not quite admitted defeat
The Plaintiff maintains that those transfers were intended to defeat the Plaintiff.
This will defeat the object of a by-pass which will soon become full with short distance commuters.
The closure of a further service facility in rural areas will completely defeat this aim.
Michelle has not let her recent defeat at the local elections dampen her spirits, and was, in fact, encouraged by the results.
Inclusion of modern subjects would defeat this objective.
This contrast is sufficient to defeat the defendants' argument, as a matter of binding authority.
He lost his job after a shock defeat at the local elections in June.
Nixon's performance in this debate was in part instrumental in his defeat and the election of John F. Kennedy to the White house in the November 1960.