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Zubiri echoed Sotto's remarks, saying the 18th Congress Senate will 'try to beat the record of the 17th Congress and the 14th Congress.'
Even so, we will have to be in good form to beat the record."
Last August attempts to beat the record ended in tatters when the rocket-powered, 2.4-metre Black Knight, running on nitrous oxide, had a malfunction and exploded.
However, even with his current points, Rooney has a long way to go to beat the record score, which is 2,147,483,647.
TIGER Woods had the 93rd win of his career on Sunday and may yet go on to beat the record 18 majors of Jack Nicklaus - but he has never had the talent of Rory McIlroy.
The 1944 plane is expected to beat the record pounds 1.1million paid for a non-airworthy 1945 model last September.
The record attempt is going to be held on August Bank Holiday Monday and customers will be able to pay 50p-a-go to guess how many bottletops it will take to beat the record. The event is open to the whole family with entertainment provided, a raffle and much more.
The organisers are planning to beat the record of 583 Norbergs which was set in Sweden.
O'Neill said: "I think it will be pretty difficult myself to beat the record because we have some hefty fixtures coming up.
To beat the record countrywide, more than 10,103 people had to drum the same beat for five minutes nationwide to raise awareness of harmful trade policies forced on developing countries.
They were due to try to beat the record of just over 65 miles over 24 hours in the middle of this month.
She is trying to beat the record set by Frenchman Francis Joyon of 72 days.