obliterator


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an eliminator that does away with all traces

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But the promising Obliterator nished a tailed-o| last behind Kingman in the main event.
Truth Or Dare was Hannon's second string in the Feilden Stakes on his return earlier this month, but he emerged the better of the handler's two contenders in finishing third behind the well-regarded pair of True Story and Obliterator.
Truth Or Dare was Hannon's second string in the Feilden Stakes on his return this month, but he emerged the better of the handler's two contenders in finishing third behind the well-regarded pair of True Story and Obliterator.
Modernity here is only a relentless and inexorable obliterator of difference and not the historical pre-condition for a liberality that demands a negotiation of it.
It gives Dyeth pause: "when you're older and a few thousand Sexual encounters have begun to clear what desire is about (or perhaps what really lies about desire), and you have begun to perceive desire's edges, its effect is not so much that of an obliterator any more as it is that of a distorting lens" (184).
by a certain obliterator of historic records who had run down from London and back in a day.
In place of [the old church] a tall new building of modern gothic design, unfamiliar to English eyes, had been erected on a new piece of ground by a certain obliterator of historic records who had run down from London and back in a day.
VVGER LYONs, trainer of Obliterator, and the three-yearold's owners Qatar racing Ltd and sutong Pan have appealed against the dundalk stewards' decision to relegate their horse to second in the Carlingford stakes at dundalk last Friday.
Obliterator couldn't cope with the classy Kingman and company in the Irish 2,000 Guineas but is respected, along with closely matched pair Mutakayyef and Barley Mow.