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However, all words in the NAGS square can be found in a fairly small dictionary, namely the Concise Oxford (a check of small American dictionaries would be interesting), whereas even though seven of the words in the GRID square are very common, RULY isn't.
Baddam 3yo colt (John Dunlop) 1st of 8, Sandown, 1m6f handicap T ruly run staying events can be a bit of a rarity, but when one pops up they often pay to follow and the fair handicap won by Baddam at Sandown looks good form.
T ruly an unsung hero, for whom a Pride Of Racing award would be a fitting tribute for a working life dedicated to the sport.
Owner Michael Nelmes-Crocker also had a welcome change of luck when T ruly Fruitful ran out a convincing winner of the first division of the juvenile maiden.
T ruly the best performance I have ever seen from the greatest racehorse I have ever seen in a race worthy of winning this poll.
The ruly service provides a much-needed solution to the problem of unorganized digital photo files.
T ruly, Filipino boxing idol Manny Pacquiao is full of surprises.
or perhaps, as a supplement to Calvin, even between the ruly and unruly.
This was an isolated episode, because the reality is that since ruly so d the pre-season, once he understood the levels of professionalism I demand from my players day by day, he's worked hard to try to be the best possible.
Sebastien Plutniak (1), Adhi Agus Oktaviana (2), Jean-Georges Ferrie (3), Bambang Sugiyanto (4), Josette Sarel (5), Antonio Guerreiro (6), Ruly Fauzi (7), Michel Grenet (8), Truman Simanjuntak (9), and Francois-Xavier Ricaut (10)
You were and f o r e v e r w i l l b e o u r inspiration, role model and supporter -t ruly the cornerstone of our family.
Indeed, Jonson's concern, everywhere in Discoveries with ruly and unruly speaking may be set beside Joseph Bristow's point regarding the struggle of nineteenth century sexologists to establish normative categories of sexuality, which the detail of their language of casebook illustration for the greater part resists.
Seven of the words are very common, and the meaning of the other, RULY, is obvious.