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The 30-year-old left-hander batted faultlessly for an unbeaten 127 in nearly five hours and shared in an opening partnership of 172 in 47 overs with Michael Powell (73).
On the verge of pulling out with an aching shoulder after a quarter-final win over Austrian Thomas Muster, the American world No 1 played faultlessly for a 7-6 6-4 victory over the Russian, a losing finalist here last year.
A full orchestra faultlessly performed songs from some of the most popular musicals of all time.
The Wales-qualified Davies made a number of splendid runs out of defence, as well as catching and kicking faultlessly, while Jones landed five penalty goals and a conversion, as well as creating a try for Richard Welding with a lovely long pass.
club saw Mel laughing and joking with the rest of the band as the girls delivered a faultlessly joyful performance.
Dorcas is delightfully dizzy, flitting faultlessly into her bird-like dances.
He wowed delegates as he abandoned the rostrum to get as close to his audience as possible and spoke faultlessly without a note for 20 minutes in a measured performance, which was peppered with wit.
A triple bill saw his scores to Easy Street, The Count and The Adventurer faultlessly performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra against the backdrop of three large movie screens inside the cathedral.
The Finnish duo headed back to Karlstad last night just 0.9 seconds apart, with Gronholm leading after their cars performed faultlessly throughout the day.
Dome chief executive Pierre-Yves Gerbeau said: "New visitor attractions never operate completely smoothly and faultlessly from day one.
As a choir Mystere is chillingly efficient, 24 items in 100 minutes sung faultlessly from memory and conducted with fierce precision by Dora Hristova.
But the real highlights were the Piano Concerto No 23, performed faultlessly by conductor/pianist Gary Cooper, and the delightful Horn Concerto No 4, which soloist Stephen Stirling claimed as his own.