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Izzibizzi 4 b f Medicean - Sleave Silk 2/31140- Won two for us last autumn, on the all-weather at Kempton and on soft ground at Newbury, and should win again over 1m or 1m2f in handicap company.
Bard tells us, sleep "knits up the raveled sleave of care"
Macbeth continua a ripetere sui palcoscenici del mondo, ancora per i suoi spettatori di oggi, il suo desiderio di sonno negato all'assassino: "sleep that knits up the ravelled sleave of care / the death of each day's life, sore labour's bath, / balm of hurt minds, great Nature's second course / chief nourisher in life's feast" (Atto II, sc.
There are a lot of successful coaches who never wore their passions on their sleave,'' Guerrero said.
For a brief moment around 1980 it seemed as if postmodernism offered a worthy and viable successor to modernism, which might knit the raveled sleave of history, reconnecting the orphaned present to the great channel of the past.
My name is Thomas Schmidt, but to many of the unsavory variety of American retards, I am known as Earl Parker as well, though lately I've been writing under a fictional character's name as Steve Sleave.
To help kick off our campaign, the ever-caring UTV weatherman Frank Mitchell gave up an hour of his precious free time, rolled up his sleave and donated a pint of his blood.
Maybe I need to have some more humility but I know I'm not blameless in all that's happened here and because I don't go around wearing my heart on my sleave doesn't mean I'm not a Hearts fan.
Sew one hand to each sleave opening, with thumbs up.
In the meantime, rumors and speculation continue to spread, while at Stroh--where "morale is down the toilet," according to one worker--employees must wait to see what the brewer has up its sleave.
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Resident Natasha Sleave, who lives in the building, said: "The violence, general noise and nuisance is making the lives of residents miserable.