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En abandonnant leur terre natale, leur destin devient predestine, programme et dramatique.
Kim Bailey's Predestine faces nothing of that calibre tomorrow and looks the one to be on.
The Haydock win came over 3m on heavy ground and, with a similar surface in store for Predestine here, the conditions look ideal
First, God's sovereignty is as important to us as it is to Calvinists; it is just that we do not believe sovereignty entails that God predestines everything that happens.
Yourman, who was sent off at 16-1, was always behind under amateur rider Tom Malone in the 17-furlong race, eventually finishing 50 lengths adrift of the winner, Predestine.
But as scientists home in on the molecular fine print of that corporeal contract called the human genome -- and as they learn to interpret the typographical errors that can predestine an individual's medical fate -- legal scholars and bioethicists express concern about the possibilities for abuse of this technology.
beaucoup moins que] Un joueur petri de qualites predestine a une grande carriere s'il persevere dans l'effort [beaucoup plus grand que], a declare le coach setifien au cours de sa conference de presse de jeudi.
The seven-year-old put in a plucky display at Bangor-on-Dee just before Christmas when making the running in a similar three-mile event and only being pegged back by Ice Melted and Predestine close home.
THE rain and heavy ground made for uncomfortable viewing at times yesterday, and that was the case with the very first race, the 3m novice handicap chase at Haydock, which saw Predestine rally to deny long-time leader Corlande, who was backed down to 1.