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make a commentary on

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serve as a commentator, as in sportscasting

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Hannon had no background in racing but from an early age his late father Joe and mother Teresa allowed him to travel to race meetings along with the aforementioned Liam Healy and it was in those early years that his love for the game, and his fondness for the man commentating on it, began to develop.
I just pray that he is alright and gets back to doing what he does best, which is commentating on the club that he loves, the Boro.
I'm keen not to let go of these point-to-points as without them I'd never be commentating on the racecourses today.
Huw Llywelyn Davies will be commentating on a Wales international for the last time today
I loved commentating at the World Championships in October, however there was a large part of me that felt I should be competing.
David Coleman and right commentating at Old Trafford
He has lived in Sydney since the late 1970s and has been commentating on cricket for 33 years.
Lowe started commentating while seated in the audience and had to keep his voice low so as not to distract the players.
He began commentating while seated in the audience, and had to keep his voice low so as not to distract the players.
Lowe began commentating while seated in the audience and had to keep his voice low in order not to distract players.
But Ian's expertise and personality landed him a commentating role for M1 Global Organisation, which organises cage fights around the world.
Now 69, he has been commentating for 32 years on TV as well as being a successful author and writer of hit children's TV programmes like Jossy's Giants.
From the age of 12,1 was practising commentating the National, and I used to draw the colours in felt tips.
She will become the first female commentator in the 43-year history of the programme, commentating on the game between Fulham and Blackburn.
A great deal of the running is made in the commentating and reflecting terms by people who do not perhaps fully see how much they are trading on the inherited capital and stability and yes, the prosaic heroism that has evolved over generations," he said.