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His players proved in this Concert of Popular Music that they can perform creditably and that they have the quality to bring credit on their city, also.
Speciosa has not got her head in front since last year's Guineas over this course and distance but has run creditably in defeat, notably when second to Manduro at Newmarket and chasing home Peeping Fawn in the Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh.
The Scots were beaten by 51 runs in their Group D game in Durban despite performing creditably to restrict Pakistan to 171 for nine.
The package of ethics rule changes it proposed to the House Republican conference on January 3 amounted to a full-scale evisceration of the committee's powers: One change revoked a 30-year-old ethics rule requiring that House members behave in a manner that reflects creditably on the institution; another made the approval of a majority of the committee (which is evenly split between the parties) a prerequisite for launching an investigation of a member.
Yesterday's defeat was their fifth on the trot and Brazil's injury hit side performed creditably in the first-half.
ALL the papers this week have creditably monitored and reflected the mood of the country as the days go by since the Paddington crash.
Neither choice reflects creditably on the House,'' he said.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC), the Philippines' largest food and beverage company, announced that SMC creditably weathered the challenging economic and business environment in 2002 with consolidated net income before restructuring costs of P7.
NINA'S A HERO WHILE much-publicised Victoria Pendleton performed creditably to finish fifth on Pacher De Polder, the undoubted queen of Cheltenham, Nina Carberry, proved the true heroine of the Foxhunters.
50 Southwell SP forecast 5-2 The Irish challenger remains a maiden after seven starts but she has run creditably in her last three races, including last time when chasing home a rival who has since gone close to defying an 11lb rise in the weights.
PAUL O'Grady began his new 11-programme series not as creditably as one would have wished (ITV1, Friday).
Runners-up last season, Saints look strong candidates to reclaim their crown although Meliden A creditably held their nerve to edge out Old Colwyn 8-6.