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Founded in 2015, Sagely was born after cofounder Kerrigan Behrens experienced the power of CBD firsthand when her back felt better than it had in years of chronic pain.
I nodded sagely at his wisdom - then pitched up on Saturday afternoon feeling as though my demeanour for the rest of the season depended on us beating Southampton.
SAGELY is the wise choice at 2.35 if you ignore her last run at Chelmsford.
She sagely counseled, 'Surround yourself with people you trust, not just people who say yes!'-How true!
ed Dunlop and owners the Sages begin a mini tour of the region when Sagely and Doyle face eight fillies in the Listed Prix de Liancourt over an extended mile and a quarter.
Last time out she had the run of the race from the front but had no answer to Ed Dunlop's Sagely.
IFFI Director C Senthil Rajan, a very solemn gent otherwise, managed a grin and a halfpromise, nodding sagely.
"As Batman so sagely told Robin, 'In our well-ordered society, protection of private property is essential,'" Judge Sandra Ikuta wrote for the three-judge panel.
"We remain committed to operating sagely and responsibly and adding to Shell's long history of exploration offshore Alaska," Shell said.
Some of the more technical language may well get professional economists nodding sagely. Policies such as work sharing, renewable energy, and citizen's incomes all make an appearance, and it's these more tangible elements help the authors' visions come alive.
"The fact is," I used to sagely declaim, "the welfare system is there to provide a basic level of subsistence for people so there are virtually no circumstances in which giving money directly to beggars can be justified."
Still, as Patrick sagely points out to Cora, why in the world would anyone pretend to be Nasty Nick's son?