Indian giver

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an offensive term for someone who asks you to return a present he has given you

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These are the Indian givers I'd like to prioritize and celebrate in the pages that follow--the Indians who imaginatively take back their gifts of territory, community, and self in acts of creative reclamation.
That's hardly surprising as he has had his licence for only six weeks, but he was off the mark with his 11th runner when Indian Giver won her first race since August 2012, taking the 1m1/2f handicap in the hands of capable 7lb apprentice Alistair Rawlinson.
Apprentice Pat Dobbs took his tally for the season to 15 with victory in the Smith and Williamson Maiden Fillies' Stakes aboard Indian Giver for his boss Richard Hannon.
Soft ground is likely at Carlisle, and that will play to the strengths of still fairly-weighted filly Indian Giver (5.
The winner made all to beat Indian Giver, who finished well up the near side, by a length and three-quarters.
Indian Giver came good at the eighth attempt in the EBF/Champions League Betting With freebetting.
Having sprinted in from the car park, the jockey arrived with seconds to spare to ride Thirteen Shivers in the juvenile maiden, and his mount got off the mark at the third attempt when scoring by a length and three-quarters from the 150-1 chance Indian Giver.
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