The results indicated not all clubs made the best
Of the four new sides in the competition this season, Coxhoe Athletic have made the best
start and they face the long journey to Whitehaven.
The Minstermen, who fielded an inexperienced side having released eight players, made the best
possible start when Stuart Wise headed home Darren Dunning's cross after five minutes.
And fans' favourite Doumbe has now been made the best
offer Hibs can muster in the current financial climate, with the club aroundpounds 14million in debt.
The award recognizes an installation whose command has made the best
use of available resources to accomplish its mission.
"We have made the best
arguments we can make in asking courts to overturn policy, and they haven't gotten us anywhere."
Pennsylvania Ballet powerhouse Jouquin de Luz was outstanding in Bujones's Jazz Swing, which, although it made the best
use of the company as a whole, was a blatant imitation of George Balanchine's Who Cares?
As a result, the headman made the best
of it and supplied laborers for the looting of the site in an effort to gain at least some of the artifacts to sell them in an effort to lighten his subjects' tribute burden.
THE LUDER isn't blessed with gears, but he made the best
use of what he has got in the 3m1/2f handicap chase at Sandown, staying on too well in the closing stages - traded at 11.5 when pressure was applied down the back straight - for the runner-up, Without A Doubt, who was done at 1.7.
But regular English visitor Gary Taylor made the best
of things with a net of small skimmers and roach for a winning weight of 7 lb 6 oz, 14 oz clear of top Scot Willie Jolly.
Winchester Crown Court heard they had earlier rowed about which of his wives made the best
With this "Nutcracker Holiday Festival," SFB made the best
of a bad situation.