Taranis


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Tar´a`nis


n.1.(Myth.) A Celtic divinity, regarded as the evil principle, but confounded by the Romans with Jupiter.
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Nicholls added that Taranis will now be prepared for the King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day.
TARANIS heads a high-class entry of 64 for the Paddy Power Gold Cup at Cheltenham on November 17.
Sticking to her tried and tested method, she plumped for 9-4 favourite Taranis in Sandown Handicap Hurdle.
The Ditcheat handler bagged a treble on the opening afternoon of the two-day meeting and success for Pirate Flagship and Taranis kept up the good work.
Nasdaq: RGLD; TSX: RGL), a leading precious metals royalty company, today announced the completion of a strategic alliance with Taranis Resources Inc.
CHELTENHAM, UK -- SMITHS Aerospace, part of the global technology business Smiths Group, has teamed with BAE Systems to develop an Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) technology demonstrator project called Taranis.
These highly specialized services are to be made for the development of instruments for space projects such as Solar Orbiter, Pilot, Taranis and SVOM / ECLAIRs.
Taranis gloom It was a superb night for the Andrews sisters as Gina's younger sibling Bridget rousted the Paul Nicholls-trained Rebel Du Maquis to a narrow verdict in the 2m5f chase, a contest marred by the fatal injury sustained by his former stablemate Taranis.
TARANIS, one of five intended Paul Nicholls runners in the totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup, has been ruled out for the rest of the season.
FORGOTTEN hero Taranis returned from a 766-day absence to land the Argento Chase in the hands of Nick Scholfield at Cheltenham.
Totesport Spokesman Damian Walker said: "Each-way punters who snaffled up the 12's on Wednesday about Taranis will be delighted to see so few acceptors.
Nicholls has two other entries in Taranis and Denman, but neither are very likely to run.