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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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Essentially, if success within the education system results in getting ahead in life, the implication must exist that successful students get ahead of other students who fall behind.
Everyone in the US 33% has an equal shot at getting ahead Does not 64% Source: Selzer & Company/Bloomberg, December 2013.
By tracking everything from mentions on Twitter, to radio plays artists can better shape a strategy for getting ahead.
I KnOW I'm getting ahead of myself here, but how can I go about booking a room at the Gleneagles hotel in Scotland when it hosts the Ryder Cup in 2014?
Wiggins, 29, now sits just one minute 46 seconds behind Alberto Contador, but is not getting ahead of himself just yet.
The Laws of Success' is an outstanding work stimulating the mind and offering a path for achievement for all kinds of people: while business listeners will be the mostly likely audience, it's a pick for any listener interested in getting ahead and overcoming barriers to achievement.
HAIR salon owner Eileen Jones is getting ahead in business after more than 100 readers voted her as Birmingham Mail Trader of the Year.
Blitman also presented "The Mediation Advantage: Getting Ahead by Getting Along in Business," for Florida Atlantic University's Small Business Development Center in Pembroke Pines.
SMALL companies in the North-East are getting ahead of the game in attracting vital research funding, this week's conference was told.
Indeed, caste is not the only obstacle to getting ahead in India: low income, poor public services, and other factors also deny millions of Indians access to a sound basic education and economic opportunity.
It will probably reverse your strategy of getting ahead of the play and coaching your teammates to win.