sneezer


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a person who sneezes

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The two featured handicaps look trappy affairs, with The Sneezer no more than a hopeful choice to defy a 14lb rise for his runaway win at Gowran Park, in the Dan Moore Memorial Handicap Chase.
Miserable miser Ebenezer Sneezer isn't looking forward to Christmas.
There's Sneezer, Growler, Smiler, Goody, Lazy, Shabby and Dozy.
This dates back to the sixth century when it was the custom to congratulate the sneezer because it was believed they were expelling evil from their bodies.
In German, people say Gesundheit, 'Health,' to which the sneezer may respond Gesundheit ist besser als Krankheit, "Health is better than sickness.
Bernard Geller, a Santa Monica allergist, said the occasional sneezer might be better served by Zyrtec, Allegra or other prescription antihistamines that don't have the sedative effects of over-the-counter drugs.
So if you are the typical sun-hating, rain-loving summer sneezer and snuffler, get your protection now.
Olympic Torchbearer, James Lusted, who is the subject of his own documentary on S4C, Byd Mawr y Dyn Bach (The Small Man's Big World) plays Sneezer.
He steps back up to 2m4f here and reopposes Fairyhouse third Uncle Tom Cobley, fifth Peak Raider and seventh The Sneezer on far more testing ground.
Tickets pounds 10-pounds 15 from 029 2087 8444 December 14 A CHRISTMAS CHUCKLE @St David's Hall, Cardiff The Chuckle Brothers provide their take on the tale of horrid Ebenezer Sneezer who needs to be spooked by three ghosts to show him the importance of kindness at Christmas.
The Sneezer saves his best for Gowran Park and his 20-length success there last month in firsttime blinkers will probably have blown his handicap mark for some time.
And naturally, tunic-straining Huns like Von Winkle and Von Sneezer were also always outwitted, usually by a small boy Scout called Patriotic Paul in a long-forgotten comic, Lot-o-Fun.
The Sneezer has made all in three of his four wins over fences, most recently when scoring by 20 lengths at Gowran Park last month when fitted with blinkers for the first time.
With Paul playing Ebenezer Sneezer and Barry playing Bob Scratchit, together they find the way to goodness and generosity.