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EQUULEUS. The name of a kind of rack for extorting confessions. Encyc. Lond.

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1 In the EQUULEUS trial, the most frequent (>20 percent) adverse reactions (ARs) were infusion reactions (50 percent), diarrhea (38 percent), constipation (33 percent), nausea (30 percent), vomiting (21 percent), fatigue (50 percent), pyrexia (25 percent), upper respiratory tract infection (50 percent), muscle spasms (26 percent), back pain (25 percent), arthralgia (22 percent), dizziness (21 percent), insomnia (23 percent), cough (43 percent) and dyspnea (33 percent).
Equuleus Pictor is nothing if not consistent and after an early season win and a string of placed performances he gained just reward when triumphing over five furlongs at Nottingham.
Now racing from a revised perch of 81, Equuleus Pictor needs to produce a personal best if he is to keep his winning run going.
Let's first take to the water in far southeastern Delphinus, where we'll find the tight double star [Sigma]2735 sitting 53' west-northwest of the star 1 Equulei in the neighboring constellation Equuleus, the Little Horse.
ROCKAVON (of the Sunday Mail) Today's nap: EQUULEUS PICTOR (2.
Equuleus Pictor is nothing if not consistent and after an early-season win and a string of placed performances he gained just reward when triumphing over five furlongs at Nottingham.
EQUULEUS Pictor can make the most of the ground and notch up his hat-trick in the Clive Parker 50th Birthday Handicap at Folkestone today.
Gannon hungry for more Cathy Gannon notched her 69th winner of the year when Equuleus Pictor narrowly saw off Triple Dream and Cape Royal by a neck and half a length in a driving finish to the 5f handicap.
The starry Drawing Compass is one of the night sky's smallest constellations, with only the constellations Crux, Equuleus and Sagitta covering a smaller area.
I'm looking no further than John Spearing's in-form gelding EQUULEUS PICTOR(2.
Two very surprising omissions from Caroline's catalog are the "rich spots" she observed in Equuleus on July 30 and August 24, 1783.
30) and it looks worth taking a chance on Equuleus Pictor returning to form.