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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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But there were hundreds who dug their dusty trainers from the back of the wardrobe and were simply interested in getting round with a smile on their face and helping to raise funds.
The way he jumped at Kempton gives him as much chance of getting round this year as next - when he'll have a stone more to carry.
I think my biggest challenge will be getting round the whole distance but I hope that all my training will help on the day.
General secretary Bob Crow said: "It is a disgrace that rather than getting round the table to settle this dispute Virgin Trains have chosen instead to throw the whole weight of the anti-trade union laws at their on-train catering staff to try and bulldoze through changes that would have a massive impact on their work/life balance.
A MERSEYSIDE council is getting round the national gritting salt shortage by improvising with sand.
I am writing to ask does anyone know a way of getting round Skype being blocked?
However, it is believed criminals are getting round this by moving goods between bonded warehouses in a complex scam that makes it harder to keep track of products.
But in the National it has been a different story and for Thornton, nicknamed Choc, just getting round is the order of the day.
It was also the largest, so word must be getting round about the sort of live show he can still deliver.
The issue is complicated further by the fact that counties are getting round the restrictions by employing a number of other overseas players, who are maybe not established in their respective national teams, who qualify through Europeanborn parents or grandparents.
The web page will then be downloaded and passed on to the original computer, effectively getting round any censorship put in place.
They are usually large institutions, to achieve economies of scale and technology, yet they have to cater for people in fear and pain-individuals who must be tenderly cared for and given direction and hope, not just in getting round the huge buildings, but in navigating their lives.