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Taking on lesser rivals here and likely to be suited by the step up in trip - his dam was a prolific winner over 1m2f to 1m5f - Applaude should make the most of his ground-saving draw near the inside rail.
Guided by these norms, all peoples--within their respective cultures--can draw near to the greatest mystery, which is the mystery of God.
Waller said athletes practice their most difficult skills in the pit most of the time and as competitions draw near, they take the routines to the floor.
AS THE local elections draw near, it is with disbelief that I read the BNP is still gaining support.
Days of energy and vigour cannot last for ever, and "the years draw near when you will say, 'I have no delight in them'," (Ecclesiastes 12:1).
Those who draw near to God do not withdraw from [people], but rather become truly close to them.
Perhaps the one verse, which seems to sum up the author's faith and philosophy, is that which says "Let us draw near (to God) with a true heart in full assurance of faith.
In this way, Avis's work can help the whole church draw near to what God is truly doing in the world.