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On that day Sir Mark was in the States and Alleluia's joint owner Kirsten Rausing was on hand at Donny.
When Alleluia steamed to the front three out it seemed all over.
But all the while, like the women of Jerusalem, make us learn paschal lamentation lest our Alleluia be the easy Alleluia of the compliant, for we barely rocked the ship of state on its way to war.
The church doors are open half an hour beforehand and next Tuesday's concert will include a mixture of five uplifting classic pieces, including An Easter Alleluia.''
Hiley's study is really a state of research on Continental as well as insular Alleluia series (he identifies four closely related series, probably brought over in Aethelwold's time), with an introduction i on the utility of the lists.
Rigidity Yarmouth, 1m, Thursday 2 b c Indian Ridge-Alakananda (Hernando) Trainer Henry Cecil Owner Thomas Barr Breeder Kirsten Rausing A member of the final crop sired by Indian Ridge, Rigidity hails from the top-class 'A' family of Alborada, Albanova, Allegretto, Aussie Rules and Alleluia that has been cultivated by Kirsten Rausing and Sonia Rogers since their joint purchase of this colt's great-granddam Alruccaba.
The participation of Alleluia, who will be 19 pounds well in on official ratings if taking her chance in the Cesarewitch, was described as being '50-50' by Prescott.
In the Western church, the singing of the alleluia in the liturgy was discontinued in Lent to signify the period of mourning and penance.
The Cheveley Park Stud-owned five-year-old finished third behind Septimus in the race last year, and is reportedly in good form ahead of a second tilt at the Group 2, which was won by her dam, Alleluia, in 2001.
"If Toronto were to send a couple of volunteer clergy and laity in the diocese of Grahamstown, I would say 'Alleluia!'" he said, adding that help is particularly needed in the area of HIV-AIDS ministry, stress management, and clergy training.
Alleluia. Worthy is Christ, the Lamb who was slain, whose blood set us free to be people of God.
The Mark Prescott-trained Alleluia (right), ridden by Jamie Mackay, powers home in the GNER Doncaster Cup yesterday
At the Easter Vigil in our monastery chapel, a sister dances the Alleluia banner down the center aisle, accompanied by handbells and a congregation of hundreds singing "Alleluia."
I wrote that his 82-rated handicapper Alleluia was the most ridiculous price I'd ever seen for a Group race and, you've guessed it, she went on to win the Doncaster Cup with plenty to spare.
American composer Randall Thompson's Alleluia brought a more homogenous, gentle, well-phrased performance from the choir, with only an occasional worry about pitch.