Tattersall's


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Tattersall's

(ˈtætəˌsɔːlz)
n
1. (Placename) a large horse market in London founded in the eighteenth century
2. (Gambling, except Cards) Austral a large-scale lottery based in Melbourne. Also (informal): Tatt's
3. (General Sporting Terms) a name used for sportsmen's clubs in Australia
[named after Richard Tattersall (died 1795), English horseman, who founded the market]
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After this I was sent to Tattersall's to be sold; of course I could not be warranted free from vice, so nothing was said about that.
From Tattersall's came the roar of clamorous voices.
The clamour of voices from Tattersall's subsided, and in its place rose the buzz of excitement from the stands, the murmur of many voices gradually growing in volume.
The hospital denied this, saying Mr Herod's choice to stand down was "in no way related" to the decision not to renew Dr Tattersall's contract.
It was mainly Tattersall's efforts that saw England collect 78 runs in the last 10 overs, including 55 runs in the final five overs.
2011 LOKI In a race where a super maxi battle for line honours thrilled us, Stephen Ainsworth's crew aboard Loki finished their fine season by winning the Tattersall's Cup.
Tattersall's second case highlights the importance of "community" in coalitions.
Ian Tattersall's book, Paleontology: A Brief History of Life is a panoramic overview of life's history from the earliest conditions of Earth's formation to the appearance of Homo sapiens.
Amanda Tattersall's insightful book, Power in Coalition, addresses these lacunae by combining a theoretically sound analysis of coalition unionism with a range of highly appropriate tips for union and community activists.
THE TITLE OF THIS book makes clear Tattersall's two prime objectives in writing it--to gain a better understanding of how community-union coalitions pursuing social justice initiatives can succeed, and to provide unions with a rationale and a game plan for forming positive-sure coalitions with community organizations in order to increase their power and promote renewal.
This great-value weekend break offers you the chance to experience this amazing sporting spectacle at first hand, with included entrance to the popular Steeplechase Enclosure or an upgraded* option to the popular Tattersall's Enclosure, placing you right in the heart of the action.
Mrs Tattersall's comments were broadly welcomed by Gareth Pierce, chief executive of WJEC, which now also provides examinations throughout England and Northern Ireland.