gilt-edged


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of the highest quality or value

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having gilded edges as the pages of a book

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The blame can't just be laid at the door of the back four, however, with numerous gilt-edged chances squandered before United fought back.
WITH a series of noughts and letters against his name, Ndr's Cash For Fun hardly looked a gilt-edged bet in the seller.
Devaney, who missed a gilt-edged first-minute opportunity to head his side in front, more than made up for it with a superb second-half showing crowned by his two goals.
Newcastle goalkeeper Steve Harper has made a late bid for a place in the starting 11 after being given a gilt-edged opportunity by manager Ruud Gullit.
The ground at Town Moor is as soft as Frankie Dettori's mount would like it, but this looks a gilt-edged chance for Group Therapy to get back in the winner's enclosure.
CARLISLE 0 SWINDON 0 CHARLIE AUSTIN missed a gilt-edged chance in added time as Swindon were held.
Get this gilt-edged little number at Joy, Queen Street in Glasgow - pounds 39.
Lowe's clinical finish from 12 yards a minute from time was set up by Luke Varney, who had earlier wasted two gilt-edged chances to put Dario Gradi's men ahead.
He pounced to score with a near-post header, but the Bluebirds had a gilt-edged chance to snatch a share of the spoils, only for Neil Thomas to pull off an excellent save from Chris O'Sullivan's spot-kick.
A momentous day for Paul Nicholls at Wincanton was made gilt-edged in Scotland when Norski Lad returned from a break to run away with the Press & Journal Handicap Chase, writes Graham Cunningham.
And substitute Richard Naylor should really have made the game safe for the Suffolk club, but he wasted two gilt-edged chances and the Gunners made him pay.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors survey found that landlords of the early 90s, forced by negative equity to rent out their homes rather than sell, now have a gilt-edged opportunity to offload them.
McCurdy said: "Yet again, we have to look at eliminating the silly errors which present our opponents with gilt-edged chances and also convert the chances we create.
He said: "The East Stirling result was hard to take but we deserved everything we got - we were slack and missed gilt-edged chances.
Visiting midfielder Paul Warne squandered a gilt-edged opportunity while Chris Taylor scuffed a simple shot when well placed.