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Back row, left to right: Carol Walker, Vivienne Etchells, Helen Chatterton, Doreen Dews and Margaret Drake with, front left to right: Janet Egginton, chairwoman Dorothy Needler, and Christine Sykes
Critique: It should be noted that Guy Steven Needler was initially trained as a mechanical engineer and quickly progressed to being a chartered electrical and electronics engineer.
The Needle service represents a significant leap forward in online sales assistance, replacing traditional contact center staff--crammed into rows of cubicles and providing scripted responses to customer inquiries--with highly qualified and motivated product experts, called Needlers, who engage in real-time conversations to help Web site visitors find exactly the right items to purchase.
The Hilary Needler may not be a Listed race any more but, from a breeding and purchasing point of view, it still means everything.
Three of her five victories have been at Beverley and she was also runner-up to stablemate Knavesmire as a juvenile in the Hilary Needler back in 2008.
He even managed to saddle a famous one-two in Beverley's historic Hilary Needler Trophy.
Kerry's Dream can land the Listed Hilary Needler Trophy over five furlongs for the Tim Easterby-David Allan combination at Beverley tonight.
A leading supplier of own-label sweets to the multiples and branded products to the independent sector, Ashbury Confectionery has been expanding steadily since its launch in 1989, most recently through the acquisition of Needler Bluebird in 2001.
Just two weeks after returning home from the convention, Needler and his talented staff increased their competitive arsenal by acquiring four additional stores.
TIM EASTERBY has set his sights on winning the Queen Mary stakes at Royal Ascot for the second year running after Good Girl won a thrilling Listed Hilary Needler Trophy at Beverley last night.
Needler (1930) hypothesized three main stocks of haddock in the northwest Atlantic (New England, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland) based on divisions of shallow-water areas by the Fundian and Laurentian Channels and movement patterns of the species.
It stands out because the feature races are for two-year-olds, with the pair of PS25,000 conditions contests - the Hilary Needler Trophy for fillies and the Brian Yeardley Continental Two-Year-Old Trophy for colts and geldings - both long-established events at this independent East Yorkshire course.