gallop


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Synonyms for gallop

Synonyms for gallop

a fast gait of a horse

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ride at a galloping pace

go at galloping speed

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cause to move at full gallop

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First In Line John Gosden This chestnut impressed under Kieran O'Neill on the Limekilns round gallop. The son of New Approach did everything wrong but still won at Lingfield last time, which can be the sign of a decent prospect.
cases Professor Gallop's new book "Every contact really does leave a trace - it's just that sometimes no one finds it or doesn't find it at that time.
would set it as this it gallop "And when that ground seemed to there.
The judge imposed an indefinite sexual harm prevention order, banning Gallop from contact with anyone under 16, although an exception was made to allow him to attend church.
Gallop has the right to appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for a review of ASIC's decision.
Gallop International Group Pty Ltd AFS cooperates with Avondale and has filtered investment products from the top 100 global financial institutions for investors.
Wall said: "We came to use his all-weather gallops one day and he suggested moving our operation to his place.
For Gallop, the question of the death of the author becomes one of connecting physical death with obsolescence and the perception of anachronism.
Australia was the only democratic country without a bill or charter of human rights, leaving its citizens at the mercy of bureaucracies, Gallop said.
With Sheikh Mohammed's operation keen to emphasise they were not trials so much as gallops, 15 horses were in action over seven furlongs.
"What the award is telling us--and our customers--is that we're doing something right, and we're doing it better than our competitors," says Gallop president Lorne Swartz.
But Gallop is right about one thing: The sexual harassment crusade was intended to be a war against men.
She alleged that professor Jane Gallop sexually harassed her from April 1991 up to the date of the charge; that she suffered harm because Gallop, "introducing a sexual element into our working relationship, created an environment in which my intellectual performance was not the only performance for which I was being judged"[1]; and that because she repudiated Gallop's advances, Gallop reduced her grade and unfairly criticized her preliminary dissertation proposal.
Bakker of the University of Colorado in Buoulder challenged that slowpoke image by showing ceratopsians in a stance with all legs descending directly under the body -- a posture that would have allowed the animals to gallop like rhinoceroses.
Book of the week Professor Gallop's memoir of her 45 years (and counting) in the job recalls the cases she worked on, from the Yorkshire Ripper to Stephen Lawrence.