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The Harold's Cross Friday meetings will also be high-class affairs, with the Track Bookmakers Marathon over 1,010 yards and the All Pet Gold Collar due to start on Friday week.
This applies to the carefully chosen high-class materials and their pleasant touch and feel as well as the precision of the finely crafted details.
The Prime Minister added that the construction of 1 sq m of high-class housing costs 800 USD and all measures should be
And although she is also entered in Saturday's Coral-Eclipse at Sandown - which is her preferred option - she is among a high-class 14 runners in Haydock's Group Two feature.
INFERNO: A fire and rescue official inspects the burnt-out shell of the high-class Santika nightclub in Bangkok yesterday, after a fire killed at least 61 New Year revellers
HIGH-CLASS hurdler Harchibald had to settle for eigh th on his comeback at Dundalk on Friday evening in a mile and a half conditions event won by Bobs Pride.
KAUTO STAR: ridden by Ruby Walsh, heads a high-class entry of 42 for the tote sport Cheltenham Gold Cup in March.
I think he is well able to run very respectably in high-class races over hurdles, and over fences we are trying him in high-class handicaps.
RYAN MOORE cemented his burgeoning relationship with Sir Michael Stoute as he brought the talented, but quirky Papal Bull home ahead of a high-class field in the Princess Of Wales' WBX.
At the same time, Brother intends to expand its sales of high-class sewing machines, which have a high market share.
A high-class cookbook enthusiastically recommended for discriminating connoisseurs and chefs.
Furthermore, many neighborhoods are experiencing gentrification as high-class tenants move out of the "traditional" business areas in Midtown and demand Class A amenities in smaller or side-street buildings.