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Edinburgh

A major city in Scotland, home to two Royal Colleges and the Burke and Hare murders (see there); pronounced, EHD in buruh.
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Swansea Jack landed a gamble in the 6f handicap when the Stuart Williams-trained threeyear-old, sent off the 11-4 favourite having been 11-1 in the morning, got up to deny Ayam Zainah, while Embra took the last for Tim Etherington under one-time jump jockey Robert Lucey Butler.
It follows news that Birkenhead Market owner Larry Embra plans to redevelop land off Europa Boulevard with a pounds 25m scheme to build a hotel, casino and office space near Conway Park Station.
AS A KEELIE with more than half-acentury of observing the difference, I've always known the gap between the Dear Green Place and Embra was wider than the geographical 44 miles.
As part of the current 10,000 metre drilling program, 2,000 metres are budgeted for drilling Embra Derho.
HER acting debut was event TV, but Her Maj The Queen and Chookie Embra would probably rather have watched it on the telly themselves.
It is being backed by the owner of Birkenhead Market, Larry Embra, who hopes the scheme will also give the market a boost by attracting new customers.
Perhaps Derek Riordan should give thanks that things have changed in Embra since that long-ago era.
Fictional folk, like gap-toothed drunk Englebert Humfyirdrink and busty barmaid Mona Lang, mixed with real-life notables such as the Queen and the Chooky Embra (Prince Philip).
Approximately 2,000 metres of diamond drilling is planned for Embra Derho, a VMS gossan occurrence located on the Medrizien license and partially drill tested by previous operators.