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a term of address for an English lord

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Milord Thomas's victory at Auteuil was a personal triumph for trainer Dominique Bressou, who elected to wait a year after the horse lost his confidence during prep runs for last year's race.
Milord Badbooks of Archer would come over as shrinkingly shy in the company of McCoist and Savage, who'd make Ruby Wax look self-effacing.
He needs to improve to beat the 122-rated Milord, but that rival has been turned over twice at odds-on in his last four starts and Frampton can cause another upset with progress likely now upped to 2m41/2f on his hurdle debut.
I'd be more impressed if they were fighting for the underpaid women who get up before dawn to polish the red leather benches where Milord Rennard parks his big backside.
vvIn Towcester's 2m maiden hurdle the frustrating Milord fell for the second time in a row, and this time it proved very expensive for in-running punters.
Passengers sway as it makes its way along the coastal route from Holetown, past sandy beaches and homes with names such as Milord, Turtle Cottage and Indigo Bay.
Waiting on us at the table, and not allowed to speak at any time, are the wine-waiter Milord Peter Mandelson and Santa, played by Milord John Prescott.
MILORD ran better than the bare form of his sixth in Roc D'Apsis' event suggests.
As Milord John Prescott might have greeted the news: "Congratulations to 'Ull on winning t'UK City of Culture accolade.
As befits a peer of the realm who owns large amounts of Gloucestershire, milord Vestey was kitted out in the sort of slightly loud tweed suit of which Bertie Wooster would have approved after too many cocktails at the Drones Club.
Does Milord Mandy, officially the city's High Steward (barsteward, more like), need a casting couch to rest his swollen head?
As befits a peer of the realm who owns reassuring amounts of Gloucestershire, milord Vestey was kitted out in the sort of slightly loud tweed suit of which Bertie Wooster would have approved after too many cocktails at the Drones Club.
Milord Mandy is now a millionaire business consultant, advising blue-chip companies how to make more money out of their workers.
MY previous four bets that spring had all won - Martha Stevens, Legal Bid, Kristal Rock and Allez Milord. Now it was time for the big one - Milligram in the 1987 General Accident 1,000 Guineas.
Public school rich-boy Milord Freud retired from the world of banking and finance at the age of 53, claiming he was bored with the City.