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Police arrived shortly afterwards and Edwards admitted kidnapping his victim, who suffered a red neck and bruises to her body.
They opted for a variety of songs, including the Dixie Chicks number, Hello Mr Heartache, Crazy About The Guy I Left Behind, Red Neck Woman, and the old Irish ballad, A Mothers Love's A Blessing.
Bravest Horse Award: Carmen Goldsworthy's Red Neck winner of the Tredegar Farmers members' race for a third time.
Maybe he would take too much of a red neck looking in the eyes of a real man of peace.
Vaughan took the member's race on Carmen Goldsworthy's Red Neck, who was
Grand Ekinoks, who is now unbeaten in six races this year, scored by two lengths and three and a half lengths from Red Neck (by Cartekitt) and Cannon (by Pennine Walk) in a field of 21.
Carrying 300 pounds on a 6-foot-3 frame, with coveralls, a rolled-up, beat-up, sweated-up work shirt, chapped hide and a red neck, the 43-year-old bass angler is an imposing sight.
Maker's Mark is unique in many ways, starting first and foremost with our recipe and ending with our iconic red neck coating.
I've given myself a red neck but, hey, life's too serious anyway.
Dr Ellingham (Martin Clunes) is up to his miserable red neck in problems.
The other tracks are Crazy About The Guy I Left Behind, Red Neck Woman, and the old standard, A Mother's Love Is A Blessing.
It's dull winter colouring has been replaced by an attractive summer breeding plumage, the red neck and breast which gives it its name.