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An excellent winner of the Irish 2000 Guineas earlier in the season, the son of Dubai Millennium memorably lowered the colours of French superstar Divine Proportions at Deauville when taking the third Group One success of his career.
Popular novelist Daphne Du Maurier's superbly written and memorably personal autobiography of her own family provides a spirited saga of family history, and will prove a 'must' for any student seeking a full coverage of Du Maurier's influences and life.
He memorably said: 'If you board the wrong train, it is no use running along the corridor in the other direction,' and 'Action springs not from thought, but from a readiness for responsibility'.
Was Frank Zappa, the memorably mustachioed musician who died in 1993 of prostate cancer, rock and roll's answer to Herman Melville?
Interestingly, his own first choreographic experiments--influenced perhaps more by Cunningham, John Cage, and the painter Robert Rauschenberg than anyone else--were very un-Graham-like explorations into minimalism, including one dance, memorably mocked in print by Graham's musical mentor Louis Horst, involving Taylor standing stock still on a bare stage wearing street clothes.
Danielle Steel's Echoes is the audiobook edition of her memorably impressive and attention engaging generational saga of love, war, faith and betrayal.
One memorably spiteful passage in his book describes a typical Kentucky farmer as a crude, vulgar specimen of the "Anglo-Saxon Protestants who ran America and would always run it," someone who "was able to make a living right out of the earth .
But the final was so captivating - well done to the Windies batsmen for staying out there in the gathering gloom and to David Lloyd for a memorably atmospheric commentary on the closing stages - that it was impossible not to end up giving thanks that we were blessed with such a fantastic occasion.
The Henrician Reformation was beginning to empty the universities of students as the era began in which, as Brooks Adams memorably put it, "Within a single generation, the relation Christ's flesh and blood bore to the bread and wine was changed five times by royal proclamation or act of Parliament.
But as Vincent Mallozzi so memorably recalls, it took the vision of Holcombe Rucker to harness these skills and place them in an organized context through summer tournaments in the early 1950s.
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The ship of socialism, Sombart memorably declared, foundered on New World "shoals of roast beef and apple pie," high-calorie tranquilizers accessible even to would-be radicals of the American working class.