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A Darley homebred, Outstrip delivered his best performance on fast ground at Santa Anita, USA, last November to capture the Grade 1 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf, and Appleby believes that his potential star will have a big chance provided the rain stays away.
This outstrips the Sun and Sun on Sunday readership by more than 25 per cent - more than a quarter of a million Scottish readers.
Eoe1/4EoThe demand for funding will outstrip even the important commitments.
The use of cards continued to outstrip cash in terms of all types of spending during 2005, with consumers spending pounds 295bn on plastic during the year, compared with pounds 272bn in cash.
But if the flu spread readily, demand for the drugs would quickly outstrip the nation's supply.
By aligning the centers more closely, we will achieve synergies that will far outstrip the sum of their individual messages.
95) The problem with ambitious books is that sometimes their aspirations outstrip the possibilities of their subjects.
According to Gartner, through 2005, market demand for relevant IT skills and know-how will outstrip supply by at least 20 percent, and by as much as 30 to 40 percent in high-demand initiatives and markets.
was sponsored by Cisco Systems Inc and predicts that with 63 million Europeans online spending $223bn on e-commerce, demand is certain to outstrip supply.
In this section, it may be Harrington's conclusions that outstrip his evidence; with a source base in the Palatinate that is both small and spotty, anecdotes are forced to carry the load of argumentation.
At a time when no one is immune to the plague of low-wage labor, it's important that artists, educators, writers, and designers see this informal arrangement for what it is - and speak out against the exploitation of the prestige of cultural work to keep down wages in a market where labor supply will always outstrip demand.
Dubai: Godolphin are celebrating what must arguably be one of their most poignant following the success of British-trained Outstrip in the $1 million Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf (Grade 1) at Santa Anita Park, US on Saturday.
Keldibekov explained tax collection target outstrip by a proper liberal approach of the state to tax legislation and tax payment schedule, improved administration and register of tax payers.
Natural rubber prices are likely to keep rising in 2006 for the second straight year, as demand for the commodity from tire makers is widely expected to outstrip supply, according to the Dow Jones Newswire.
According to a recent forecast by Citigroup, aluminum and zinc prices could climb faster than other metals as demand could outstrip supply.