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99, Waitrose) is the flinty, wet pebble aromas to the delicate green fruit bouquet.
Expect a flinty character on the nose and minerality which develops on the palate.
Banjo Paterson's iconic poem reverberates through the wonderful story of Flinty and the two daring and reckless rides she undertakes on the horses that mean so much to her.
And Crimewatch would lose much of its gravitas if it was revealed that neither Sue Cook nor Fiona Bruce had ever busted a global drugs ring using only a pair of nunchuks and a flinty smile.
AMID the blaze of controversy about the whip that followed Edgardo Sol's win at Aintree, the promising effort in third of Flinty Bay slipped under the radar a bit and he should be followed at Sedgefield.
Nicky Richards holds a first-rate chance with Flinty Bay (2.
Richards can also strike nearer to home at Hexham courtesy of Flinty Bay (2.
Jonathan Trott's flinty hundred, Matt Prior's devil-may-care run-getting and Australia's colossal 346-run deficit were all sidelined in the post-match analysis in favour of speculation over Ponting's verbals.
Dubai Carling Coffing will rely on her flinty 'never-give-up' resolve to beat the challenge when the 'Big Break' winner makes her maiden appearance at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, starting at the Emirates Golf Club from December 6-11.
In fade and jam conditions I cleaved to flinty, crystalline
When showing resolve and courage, Harris sang with flinty determination and a clarion projection.
This one showed the definite flinty flavours that are characteristic of a good Chablis.