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He has a first-rate team with first-rate players like Kiefer Ravena, Bobby Ray Parks Jr.
More than 240 students in Geelong West will get the first-rate facilities they deserve, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The test of a first-rate intelligence, as the man once famously said, is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in one's mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.
He'd make a first-rate MP, and bring some much-needed fun into politics.
A First-Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental Illness builds an argument based on the latest psychiatric research and the author's studies of selected great political, military and business leaders of the last two centuries.
A first-rate health and fitness care aide, and as invaluable to stay-at-home seniors who cannot afford expensive exercise equipment or gym memberships as it is to travelers.
Sample letters, forms, and template guidelines round out this first-rate self help guide to getting the best out of the job market.
Headteacher Helen Hurst said: "This is a brilliant report reflecting the first-rate effort put in by staff in a first-rate building.
Enhanced with a new introduction, as well as black-and-white photographs of the asanas and mudras, The Gheranda Samhita is a first-rate primary source for anyone seeking to better understand the teachings and postures of Yoga.
It deserves a first-rate transport system, not the substandard infrastructure that is letting down the whole country.
You may think that you are listening to what your customers have to say--but what you are not hearing may be hurting your ability to provide first-rate customer care.
The movie The Gospel of Saint John is first-rate, well worth the three hours it takes to see it.