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DEMAND for English-medium secondary places will outstrip supply in Cardiff within two years.
Dubai: Godolphin trainer Charlie Appleby is hoping the ground at Newmarket will be quick enough for Outstrip in Saturday's Quipco 2,000 Guineas, the first Classic of the British season.
At Newmarket, OUTSTRIP looks solid in the Dewhurst on the back of a win at the big Doncaster meeting.
Berkshire's absence takes some of the shine off the At The Races Champagne Stakes but Outstrip can take full advantage to give Godolphin and Appleby a big-race double.
The Global Footprint Network said that in 1961 humanity only used around two-thirds of the available natural resources on Earth, but by the 1970s increased carbon emissions and consumption began to outstrip what the planet could provide.
Saturday's best-read newspaper - The Daily Record continues to outstrip the readership of the Sun every Saturday in Scotland.
FAMILIES are pounds 10 a week worse off than they were a year ago as increases to the cost of living continue to outstrip pay rises, research indicated today.
Eoe1/4EoThe demand for funding will outstrip even the important commitments.
The use of cards continued to outstrip cash in terms of all types of spending during 2005, with consumers spending pounds 295bn on plastic during the year, compared with pounds 272bn in cash.
But if the flu spread readily, demand for the drugs would quickly outstrip the nation's supply.
By aligning the centers more closely, we will achieve synergies that will far outstrip the sum of their individual messages.
95) The problem with ambitious books is that sometimes their aspirations outstrip the possibilities of their subjects.