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And now Majestical rewards affiliates for their performance-based marketing efforts through the new Majestical.
This week Lissie, Smoke Fairies and Steve Mason play the majestical St James Church.
Brighton are sure to draw a healthy crowd to their afternoon meeting and it could pay to follow Majestical in the bet365 Call 08000 322365 Handicap.
Brighton are sure to draw a healthy crowd to their meeting and it could pay to follow Majestical in the bet365 Call 08000 322365 Handicap.
And he has a majestical way of interpreting other work, too, alongside his own slick writing which is timeless.
Dryden, who sought to make his version "grave, majestical, and sublime," succeeds in capturing Vergil's somber, ceremonial cadences, whereas Douglas conjures sharp vernacular dialogue and a spiritedness that, even if un-Vergilian, seems deeply felt.
She is no sibyl, tossed to and fro in the tempest of furious excitement," writes George Gilfillan in 1849, "but ever a 'deep, majestical, and high-souled woman'--the calm mistress of the highest and stormiest of her emotions.
This most excellent canopy the air, look you, this brave o'er-hanging, this majestical roof fretted with golden fire--why it appears no other thing to me than a foul and pestilent congregation of vapours.
Milton Bradley is a sly old fox with his sprinters and his MAJESTICAL (5.
An old-fashioned gamble was landed in the Tipto Two-Year-Old Selling Stakes when Arbors Little Girl, backed in from 20-1 to 8-1, got up in the final stride under Steve Drowne to short-head Majestical.
And while it sounds far-fetched, with Faldo in this kind of majestical form, you can't help but believe him.