fugleman


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a leader and organizer and spokesman (especially a political leader)

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5th race: Napinda (Marco Monteriso) 1, Elastomer 2, Statesmanship 3, Fugleman 4.
Ghazali, who was also denied by Redvers on Brendan Brackan, went to 85,000gns for Stevie's Wonder, an Art Connoisseur juvenile colt who finished second to the highly-touted Gleneagles in a Curragh maiden last month - his only start for John Hayden - and had to pay 75,000gns for Fugleman, a two-year-old son of Fast Company who won a Carlisle maiden for Ben Haslam last month on his sole start.
BEN Haslam has high hopes for Fugleman after the juvenile produced a 20-1 surprise to win the first division of the Germany V Portugal Live At footballscores.
Hong Kong industry acted as a valuable fugleman for mainland China's logistics development.
Doubtless, much of this was the legacy of the rather-have-a-monkey-than-a-bishop-for-an-ancestor cast of thought following upor Darwin's theories, so resoundingly championed by his fugleman Huxley which seemed to cage humankind inescapably in the zoologic frame.
Their fugleman, Holbrook Jackson, enshrined them and their heroic fates in 1913 in his classic The Eighteen-Nineties.