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Solario, Prompter then showed his class when second to Morana in the Autumn Stakes at Ascot in October.
2 Core Measures Prompters Standardized order sets, progress notes prompting required documentation.
Bell's representative Ian Smith said: "The win is extra special as Michael also trained Motivator, and Prompter carried the same colours as Motivator (Royal Ascot Racing Club).
I wish I hadn't agreed to be prompter, Marnie said to herself for the hundredth time that evening.
If agents fill the role of prompter and raise the questions, more people will investigate and use exchanging to save taxes, which is good for the real estate marketplace.
These benefits include enhancing the IRS's service and enforcement missions, such as faster tax processing, reduced cycle time for examinations, prompter identification of developing auditing trends and potential for quicker resolution of taxpayer problems.
The airlines were reportedly prompter than in any first quarter except 2002 - the best year since the bureau begin compiling the statistic nine years ago.
This engine has more torque over a broader rev range, for prompter responses when you nail the throttle.
Also, because the students free up staff, residents receive a prompter response to their needs from staff professionals.
These included the perennial problem of payment times, with Sainsbury promising prompter settlements.
In 1854 he was engaged as prompter at the Lyceum Theatre by Mme Vestris, its enterprising and influential manager.
Number cviii of The Prompter is identified as Popple's composition by a printed |P' at its conclusion, and in the Bodleian Library copy of the journal is further acknowledged by an additional cross next to the signature letter.