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I took the hint and tracked down the Oklahomies and told them that I'd probably be sleeping on their floor again, and they were like, "Thanks for introducing us to Shiloh, dude.
He took the hint and lashed a shot from 20 yards which ballooned up off Baines before dropping over the head of Pollitt, the Wigan goalkeeper then pushing the ball over the line in a vain attempt to keep it out.
Martin Pipe advised punters to back him to be top trainer at the Cheltenham Open meeting and those who took the hint were counting their money come Saturday night.
Saeed Bin Suroor does not have many runners at this track and those who took the hint and backed the daughter Singspiel were rewarded with a smooth victory.
Bookmakers Coral took the hint by cutting his big race odds to 5-1 from 6-1.
The businessmen probably were "boring and mediocre" but Globe staffers took the hint.
After Johnny Murtagh gave up his ambitious St Leger double plan to dash from Doncaster after riding Ursa Major to be on Royal Diamond in the Irish St Leger, punters took the hint.
Some photographers took the hint and switched to black and white, while others went looking for a splash of colour, or some blue skies.
Not a pretty sight," she said, and I took the hint and covered myself with a towel.
John Jenkins made a rare visit to Chepstow yesterday and those who took the hint were rewarded with 8-1 winner Proud Killer in the Army Benevolent Fund Maiden Stakes.
Fallon has an impressive strike-rate when teaming up with Rod Millman, and punters who took the hint were rewarded when Balearic Star gained a hard-fought success in the eight and a half-furlong Finespreads Handicap.
Dean,better known to soap fans as Albert Square's own dimwit Robbie Jackson, took the hint and headed for the Newz Bar.