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He is now an integral part of the Al Jazira set-up and his Midas touch has allowed the debutant club to a meteorical
rise much to the astonishment of many at the showpiece event.
Her trainer is Monmore handler Chris Allsopp, and his meteorical
rise since taking out his licence in 2004 would confound even Pythagoras.
Banerjee's books have been a bestseller for the last 2 years in tune with her meteorical
rise in politics.