bust out

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vt sepherausholen (inf)
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And when they got there they bent over and looked in the coffin, and took one sight, and then they bust out a-crying so you could a heard them to Orleans, most; and then they put their arms around each other's necks, and hung their chins over each other's shoul- ders; and then for three minutes, or maybe four, I never see two men leak the way they done.
The scope of the fraud problem is underestimated because many of the victims never know that they were stung, especially if the bust out or shell company ends in bankruptcy.
BUST OUT is the latest casualty on the road to the Cheltenham Festival.
Understandably happy with 11-10 favourite Bust Out's hard- earned win under Barry Geraghty, Harrington was coming to terms with the loss of another smart novice, Soltero, who died shortly after taking what looked a soft fall three fences from home.
ISTABRAQ only managed to beat 20-1 shot Bust Out by a head on his reappearance in the Tote December Festival Hurdle at Leopardstown yesterday.
BUST Out, stable-companion of last year's winner Moscow Flyer, proved himself on course for the Irish Independent Arkle Trophy at Cheltenham when justifying favouritism in the Baileys Arkle Perpetual Cup at Leopardstown.
BUST OUT, who has twice gone close to landing big prizes at the track, returns to Leopardstown tomorrow attempting to go one better in the Baileys Arkle Cup Chase, writes Tony O'Hehir.
Each would bust out three songs and then trade off to the next band, so that everyone would have had a chance to play should the cops have offered the shutdown.
Bust Out, off the track since almost upsetting Istabraq at Leopardstown a year ago, was flattered by his 25-length winning margin in the shorter event as he was involved in a rousing battle with Canary Wharf when that rival hit the last hard and fell, leaving Jessica Harrington's six-year-old clear.
And his only appearance this season, a narrow victory over BUST OUT at Leopardstown at Christmas, was not convincing.
Meanwhile, somebody somewhere is counting his loot and maybe planning his next bust out.
runners-up berth after their pride and joy, Bust Out, had given the mighty Istabraq a real fright before losing out by only a head in Saturday's Tote December Festival Hurdle.