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With a few well-judged additions, though, Town will have a very competitive side for the lower division.
His ideas, including on Israeli excesses, appear well-judged, and he is of course Jewish.
His subtle, well-judged pedalling is an object-lesson to all, and the piano of this Champs Hill recording studio in Pulborough is clear and responsive.
However, the report mentioned that Hernandez, a second-half substitute, struck 10 minutes from time to bring United three sorely-needed points just two minutes after Rooney's well-judged glancing header into the top-left corner at the 78th minute.
This time the honours were performed by James Doyle, who rode a well-judged race aboard Tahamah to deny the favourite, Las Verglas Star, by half a length in the Fortinet Gold Partner Handicap over 2,000m.
A well-judged forehand to the corner gave him a second break point in the game, and when Djokovic sailed a backhand long, del Potro was serving for the match.
Despite his well-judged win, which saw him fend off pressure from Lotus team-mates Romain Grosjean and Kimi Raikkonen, Hamilton remains 47 points adrift of championship leader Fernando Alonso.
There's a lot going on but without Spacey's well-judged performance it would only be mildly interesting.
Rickie Aley kicked them ahead with a well-judged 40-metre penalty on 20 minutes, but Jewell and Taylor soon combined to put visiting no.
A well-judged 71 from Lancashire Academician Jonny Kettle highlighted a total of 199-9, with support from Ben Spendlove 41 and Chris Jones 36 (Barney Cutbill 5-70).
The Newmarket trainer saw "my favourite horse in the yard" land a well-judged punt in a thrilling renewal of the Group 1 Golden Jubilee Stakes.
Pathos was also given a well-judged ride by Antony Procter to beat Arena's Dream by a head in the nine-furlong maiden.