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amble

a slower, non-racing version of pace gait in horses.

broken amble
has many characteristics of the amble but there are four beats to the gait with each foot contacting the ground independently. Called also single-foot.
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However, while both Mr Peck and Mr Ambler are positive about the opticians, it is clear that the business can only be grown where space permits.
Ambler Technologies is located near Manchester in the UK.
We've made this a very convenient product to use," says Ambler.
Amble Resorts will choose ten finalists, who will have their submissions posted to The Ambler on 18 January 2012 for a public vote to select the winner through to 31 January 2012.
Davies will be a tougher prospect for Evans than original opponent Ambler, though the West Walian has lost his last five contests.
Stocky and stronger, Horton attacked the head and body with sound jabs and combinations while the more lanky Ambler scored his points from a distance.
The few scholars who have discussed Ambler at length concur that, as World War II approached, he intentionally set out to transform the conventional thriller that had ensured widespread success for such precursors as John Buchan, Dornford Yates, and particularly E.
Ambler proved his capabilities in April when he gave English champion Darren McDermott a hard fight over six rounds and Davies is planning to make a blistering start to tomorrow's fight on an 11-fight bill put together by First Team Promotions.
Chief judges tend to use them to fill in for judges who are ill or on leave, Ambler said.
Matthew Tottey claimed the high ground when he fired seven-under-par 65 at Royal Liverpool to share the honours with Adrian Ambler.
LUKE AMBLER will make a Boxing Day debut for Leeds Rhinos after clinching a two-year contract with the double Super League champions.
It is widely read by students of Greek literature and history, but Ambler (humanities, U.