Whirlaway


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Noun1.Whirlaway - thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1941Whirlaway - thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1941
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Also on display was the Ovit Flexomatic plate washer, the Orbital X Water Wash System, and WhirlAway, each of which help ensure the cleanliness critical to providing top quality flexo printing.
A famous track long since fallen on hard times, Suffolk Downs can boast a celebrated history featuring appearances from the likes of Seabiscuit, Whirlaway, Cigar and Skip Away - not forgetting the Philip Mitchell-trained globettrotter Running Stag.
The combination of the Autocam team with NN's Whirlaway and VS businesses results in a strong precision components business with unparalleled technical capabilities, processes, systems, and skilled program management along with superior product launch capabilities.
Furthermore, the combination between Autocam's team and NN's Whirlaway and VS units will create a strong precision components business with powerful technical capabilities, processes, systems and skilled programme management, as well as enhanced product launch capabilities, Holder added.
1941 -- Whirlaway, ridden by Eddie Arcaro, wins the Preakness Stakes by 5frac1/2/frac lengths over King Cole.
I indicated that Citation and Whirlaway, two recent Triple Crown winners, were certainly worth more than an average thoroughbred, and that technologies should likewise be judged on their specific merits.
Including covers as well as his own compositions, highlights include the upbeat and pacey opener Whirlaway, the sultry cover of You Are So Beautiful and the bluesy Chas & Dave number London Belongs To Me.
Since she was a toddler, Kristie Salerno Kent has wanted to entertain--a dream she is now living as singer/songwriter/producer and CEO of Whirlaway Productions, LLC.
Capitalize the name of a specific animal, and use Roman numerals to show sequence: Bowser, Whirlaway II.
11, Whirlaway "A" (William Seidel, Michael Grant, Russell Brown, Harry Norton), Methuen, Mass.