Perfect toss, perfect catch, and when the reigning Best Actor Oscar winner promptly drank, perfect video.
Crow explained that his site put preventative measures in place to preclude trolls from reigning.
The buildup was that the challenger had bested the reigning champ in the first bout and now the champ had to make a comeback.
early 13c., "kingdom," from Old French reigne "kingdom, land, country" (Modern French règne), from Latin regnum "kingship, dominion, rule, realm," related to regere (see regal). Meaning "period of rule" first recorded mid-14c.
"to hold or exercise sovereign power," late 13c., from Old French regner "rule, reign" (12c.), from Latin regnare "have royal power, be king, rule, reign," from regnum (see reign (n.)). Related: Reigned; reigning; regnal.