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4L model features a 6-speed manual gearbox that is set to secure a leading position among high-class models in the China market.
Moore said: "He's a very high-class horse and when things fall his way, he is up there with the best of them.
Its real market, one suspected, was the legion of high-class models, fashionistas and avant garde stylists frequently gracing its pages.
In a workshop performance last spring, some of his changes seemed harsh: Aurora's christening appeared to be set in the hurly-burly of a Brueghel painting, and her birthday was celebrated in a high-class brothel, where her suitors tossed back shots between promenades.
Instead, spooks and spies must make do with the International Spy Museum, a techno-slick for-profit enterprise that opened a few years ago among Washington's downtown tourist warrens, right between a high-class hotel and a brewpub.
This weekend's card at the Merseyside track has attracted a high-class entry and, with the weather continuing to scorch,Saturday promises to provide some informative action.
Farrell told Playboy: "There is safety in the idea of getting a high-class hooker who's going to keep her f***ing mouth shut.
We now have created a high-class, customer-friendly environment that will better serve the 6th Area Support Group," said Uwe Siemers, Director of Logistics, 6th Area Support Group.
both opened in 1999 outlets in Tokyo's high-class business and shopping district of Ginza.
First orders for new high-class conventional drilling rigs included
SHELBOURNE'S first major event of the season kicks off tomorrow night with the four first round heats of the Tyrur McGuigan Open 575 topping a high-class card.