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John Francome C4 presenter Marodima 2.00 Warwick I fancy him to follow up Thursday's win - his jumping will stand him in good stead around Warwick Jonjo Sanderson Wetherby clerk of the course Rileyev 2.20 Wetherby Venetia Williams rarely has runners here so I think it's significant that she's sent Rileyev for the 2.20 Shona Dreaper PR manager at Punchestown Lilywhitedancer 3.35 Punchestown He ran a nice race to be second at Navan last month and looks a great each-way chance with a claimer on again Barney Clifford Kempton clerk of the course Menorah 1.05 Kempton My banker of the day is very easy, Menorah Kate Miller William
Hill El Dancer 2.50 Kempton He's off a decent mark back over hurdles and can be competitive at a big price
He's lost nothing in defeat this season and should TURN TO PAGE 16 'tell me everything you know' - bookies under the spotlight TONY CALVIN Betfair DAVID WILLIAMS Ladbrokes KATE MILLER William
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Hill TONY CALVIN Betfair GOERGE PRIMAROLO Betfred PADDY POWER Paddy Power SIMON CLARE Coral THE FAB FOUR Trainer Paul Nicholls poses with Neptune Collonges (centre) along with stable greats Kauto Star (left) and Denman
He's lost nothing in defeat this season and should TURN TO PAGE 28 'tell me everything you know' - bookies under the spotlight TONY CALVIN Betfair DAVID WILLIAMS Ladbrokes KATE MILLER William
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Each repetition fulfills Miller Williams
' caveat that the ending of a poem should seem both "surprising and inevitable." The poem seems almost to end with each couplet, and then it begins again.
Just a few years earlier--in 1858--James Miller Williams
struck oil while digging a water well in southern Ontario, ushering in the Age of Petroleum.
Born not far from the border with Texas in Louisiana, she is the daughter of the welltravelled literature professor (and blues fan), Miller Williams
, who has read his poetry at some of Lucinda's shows.