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My view is that Johnston is one of the Flat's great assets, not merely because of his excellence as a trainer, but because he is so thumpingly his own man and part of no club or status quo.
The point I am trying to get across is that North Light would have needed every yard of the 10 furlongs in the Dante and will be even more thumpingly effective over the full mile and a half at Epsom.
The chunky burger looked thumpingly heavy but wasn't, its gently flavoured filling containing chunks of nut amongst the roughly blended chickpea.
However, there's still plenty of life in the 2013/14 season, as shown by this, perhaps on paper at least, challenging programme that might have proved a Gorecki too far for some, but which rewarded the RLPO party faithful with a thumpingly night's entertainment.
Thumpingly crass sonic clichs abound, their inner and outer space voyages further hampered by ludicrous vocal arrangements and beyond embarrassing lyrics.
But we would be doing ourselves a huge favour if we concentrated on the sick rather than administered needlessly to the thumpingly healthy and vigorous.
In going for Maximize as a thumpingly sound each-way plunge at 25-1 I am bypassing 12 horses currently preferred to him in the market including one of his stable companions Chives, who ran a fine race in the Gold Cup.
On the Saturday night many of these worshippers had attended a thumpingly patriotic anniversary concert given by the Band of Her Royal Marines at the Philharmonic Hall.
But Mr Coward is thumpingly correct in his analysis of where prize-money comes in the pecking order of racing's problems.
THE Who were forced to pull out of tonight's show because Roger Daltrey's got a sore throat, but Jools still has a thumpingly good line-up in store.
Those who claimed that the hard races endured by Giant's Causeway and Kalanisi would leave its mark have been proved thumpingly wrong.
LIPA may not have a specific degree course for the genre but it has a reputation for producing thumpingly good musicals, and here the large cast throws itself into proceedings with hot diggity dawg gusto, delivering the big numbers with attitude and conviction.