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Synonyms for tapis

a heavy textile with a woven design

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Jasmine: Some girls with autism, without verbal communication, if you just see the way they picked songs from the Tapit, it is incredible.
TAPIT Acronym T Type of diabetes A A1c P Point-of-care testing I Insulin and medications T Transition of care and teaching
Siemer & Associates LLC advised TapIt on the transaction.
Lani is by Tapit and out of mare Heavenly Romance, who won Group 1Tenno Shoin 2005 and was ridden that day by Lani's trainer Mikio Matsunaga.
"He's by Tapit, who's had a lot of success in the race.
The Tapit colt made rapid headway on the all-weather then showed class and guts to beat the talented Beringer in last month's turf debut at York.
He's by an all-weather stallion in Tapit so these are the sort of races he should be looking at but he seems to have a bit to find on the book."
McLaughlin, seeking to win a second Dubai World Cup after Invasor in 2007, remained optimistic of the imposing grey son of Tapit's chances and said: "William [Buick] wanted to be on the outside, with the speed on our inside.
Despite being in front for much of the home straight, the son of Tapit galloped on strongly all the way to the line, pulling four lengths clear of the staying-on Future Empire.
Although the Tapit colt only won by a neck, but he looks quite decent.
He won the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct in prepping for the Kentucky Derby and he is the son of Tapit, who has sired three of the last five Belmont winners.
The son of champion sire Tapit duly became his trainer's third winner of the race after Rags To Riches (2007) and Palace Malice (2012); the victory also means Pletcher won two legs of this year's Triple Crown following the Kentucky Derby triumph of Always Dreaming.
Owned by Godolphin, the son of Tapit overcame a wide trip to finish a closing fourth to American Pharoah in the Kentucky Derby (G1).