Sophy

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Sophy

(ˈsəʊfɪ) or

Sophi

n, pl -phies
(Historical Terms) (formerly) a title of the Persian monarchs
[C16: from Latin sophī wise men, from Greek sophos wise]
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44 (450m0: Drumcrow Tilly, Classy Sun, Orbsen Myth, Sophies Charm (M), Tenerife Royal (M), Glencloy Act (W).
Sweet time for Cleary Tom Cleary, who says his horses "have possibly never been in better form", landed the first of the 7f handicaps with 20-1 shot Sweet Annathea, while stablemate Sophies Echo narrowly failed to land a gamble in the other.
But it was a close call for the most popular girls' name with just one less Emily born last year than there were Sophies.
With gamble-of-the-race Zazamix one of the first to crack, Thornton eased Mille Chief (100-30) to the front approaching the final flight and the combination cruised effortlessly clear of Sophies Trophy and Zazamix.
Thank goodness for the Sophies and Athenas of this world.
The imaginative staging takes us from Sophies s bedroom, across a moonlit sky, into the BFG's cave, and then on to Buckingham Palace.
Sophies family would like to thank everyone in the surgical intensive care unit at Memorial Hospital, for their kindness, compassion, and exceptional care.
Why Sophies glad to be living in a flat and not her ancestors Welsh castle Rin Simpson 2007-05-01T17:25:40 IMAGINE living in a towering castle in the heart of Wales.
This year it is sticking with the Sophies but has selected brunette singer Sophie Ellis Bextor as the face of its autumn winter range.
And it can go to Karl Burke's progressive filly Sophies Symphony, who got off the mark at the third attempt when landing a 23-runner six-furlong maiden at York earlier this month by a neck from Riva.
Sophies Joy and Blackdee Harri, who go in heats two and three respectively, also have solid credentials.
However, Mille Chief stepped up on the form of those two runs when scoring at Sandown last time, travelling easily before quickening away to beat Sophies Trophy by six lengths.