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50 Hexham SP forecast evens Progressive over fences, sole defeat in last four starts came when unseating at Uttoxeter, but fairly fortunate to win a four-runner affair last time and no surprise to see connections revert to hurdles as he jumped hesitantly at times.
An operator phoned the number back hesitantly, only to be greeted by a very apologetic woman from Herefordshire who confirmed that all was well and that the culprit was the dog.
Female interviewers were trained to speak hesitantly to the person who answered and to say that she and her boyfriend had had sex the day before and that he had just told her that he had not used a condom.
The ruling SPLM which hesitantly accepted the start of census operation in the South, said in a position adopted with southern Sudanese political forces, that it may reject the outcome of fifth census due to the incomplete preparedness for the counting operations.
Pandora is a confused teen hesitantly looking to connect with her absentee father while making some sense of her place in the bewildering and seemingly hostile world around her.
The visitors began hesitantly as Torquay made the early running, with Rachubka having to be alert to deal with a strike from Chris Hargreaves.
hesitantly, as if he didn't really believe what he was saying .
2) He hesitantly accepts the epistle of Jude as written by the brother of Jesus, dated pre-A.
Other dealers said investors were buying the dollar rather hesitantly while waiting to see the outcome of other economic indicators to be released next week such as U.
After playing hesitantly against ASU's matchup 2-3 zone, Collison began penetrating better and UCLA's ball movement improved.
Slowly Ellie felt her way through American culture and hesitantly reached for her dreams of becoming a teacher, finding friends, and belonging to an accepting society.
I was very hesitantly trying to do that in the lounge area when through the open double-doors leading to a patio garden, Lloyd entered the room--a small man, smiling quizzically at me, with half a dozen white and red roses in one hand and a pair of garden shears in the other.