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French painter who was an early cubist (1881-1955)

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Specific to state lotteries, this is an external factor contributing to a perfect storm," said Lance Henik, Senior Account Manager at Leger.
He'll take his chance in the Irish St Leger and at this stage of his career he would probably appreciate some ease in the ground.
Leger, 37, of Gardner followed his opening-round 73 at Kettle Brook GC on Saturday with another 73 in the final round at Wachusett CC for a two-day total of 2-over-par 146.
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Where the Parisian producer is at the mainstream end of the market, Leger leans more towards the house heartlands of Detroit and Chicago, influenced by the likes of Laurent Garnier and Etienne de Crecy.
The latest of those came in a Group Three over the Leger trip at the Curragh last month.
Five new battlefields tours take the total number of key war sites covered by Leger to 35.
Godolphin's Rewilding, who dominated the headlines in the build up to the Leger, failed to fire and could only finish sixth of the ten runner field.
The three-year-old has been ante-post favourite for the Leger since landing Gordon Stakes at Goodwood, and despite reservations over the Dansili colt's ability to stay the 1m6f of the Leger, connections are hoping for a third win a row to give them food for thought.
He is being aimed for the Leger and before that he'll probably go for the Voltigeur.
A LEGER Holidays offer a four-day Paris Weekend coach break to Paris.
It used to be said that the best horse won the St Leger but now it seems no more than an afterthought at a time of the year when the major festivals have gone and some trainers are already planning for next year.
The Journal and Leger are giving you the chance to WIN pounds 500 of holiday vouchers to spend on the holiday of your choice.
Second Place, "Kaleidoscope," Pam VanOtegem; Third Place, "Steel Pipe Xylophone," Nick Leger.