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Robert is very experienced and has been at the track as Director of Racing for many years, and is without doubt an extremely valuable asset to the track.
The Huddersfield Parish Church is without doubt the oldest building we have that is still functioning as it was intended.
But I'd like Steve to get David Sullivan to have a look at the video of the United match when he's in his pounds 5million house, and if he'd spent pounds 5million-pounds 6million on a decent centre-forward, without doubt we'd have won that game.
Paul Tonks, chairman of the West Midlands Police Federation, which represents the force's rank and file officers, said: "This lad is obviously a prolific offender and without doubt his actions impact greatly on the decent, law-abiding citizens of Coventry.
A few years ago, a letter was published, submitted by a Redcar man, and he said, "I have travelled all over the world and I can say without doubt England is the dirtiest country.
It is, without doubt, the worst job on a political campaign.
She is without doubt the only performer ever to be summed up by Time magazine as a cross between Diana Krall and Susan Sontag.
Henry, without doubt the best striker in the world at the moment, really would turn Madrid into the Harlem Globetrotters of world football.
In fact, Counterpoint is the first European showing of the World Trade Center scheme and the Ground Zero masterplan and without doubt they stylistically hark back to Libeskind's symbolic and historical interpretation of Berlin's cityscape.
It is, without doubt, the best program that I have been involved in that encourages fathers to build a strong relationship with their children.
Barclaycard awards panel spokesman Nic Gault said: ``Steven Gerrard is without doubt one the most gifted young midfielders in the Barclaycard Premiership.
If she did actually adhere to this, let me be the first to nominate Kelly for an Oscar for what will be, without doubt, the performance of her career.