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I'LL NOT LET THE OUTLAWS GUN DOWN THE WOMEN, BURN THE TOWN AND CARRY OFF OUR MENFOLK.
If, like our model Michelle, you have a great pair of pins and want to carry off the catwalk look, take time to find a pair of shorts which are low-waisted and roomy rather than tight.
Pippa Funnell faces the biggest challenge of her career at the Burghley Masterfoods Horse Trials today as she attempts to carry off the richest prize in the history of eventing, a total of pounds 180,000, for winning both Burghley and the Rolex Grand Slam.
Belloc was educated at Cardinal Newman's Oratory House; his precocious intellect enabled him to carry off academic prizes in several subjects (one of those prizes being a signed copy of Cardinal Newman's The Dream of Gerontius, which Belloc later pawned but his mother retrieved).