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Ba·ker (bā′kər), George Known as "Father Divine." 1880?-1965.
American religious leader who founded (c. 1919) a communal religious sect called the Peace Mission.
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The video kicks off with baker George
Ross, reading his Doric version of Twas the Night Before Christmas.
Double for Baker George
Baker also rode a double, taking the 1m2f handicap on the Alastair Lidderdale-trained Chella Thriller and the mile handicap on the Ed Dunloptrained Pairumani Prince.
Rae has backed Hearts since he was five and cried tears of despair when his heroes were pipped for the League Championship in 1986 and were beaten in the final of the Scottish Cup at Hampden a week later.