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Duffield had the Sean Woods-trained 7-2 chance in front from the outset and when joined by Palatial approaching the final furlong, the colt dug deep and kept on gamely to go past the post with a neck to spare.
One says: "If you go past us now, someone will go past you later.
Go past two bridges, through wooded area on both sides to remains of Gannow Moat on right with explanatory panel.
And, in a way, I don't want to go level with Laker, or go past him, because I don't consider myself in the same league as him, and yet I find myself on the same page of the record books.
But once you go past 24 hours, I have a difficult time continuing operations.
The downfall for Fox was that the series didn't go past four games.
Calderwood said: "I am not going to get into the debate about whether Jamie should be in the Scotland squad, but I feel he has the pace and ability to go past any defender from any country.
The two of them just sheltered the IEDs and said 'go past, go past, go past'.
Form check: While squatting, your knees should never go past your toes and you should always push up through your heels.
An MSP also stated that marches are deliberately routed to go past Catholic churches.
There is no better individual or batsman in the world that could go past you than Sachin Tendulkar," Lara said.