The king has ordered some novel spectacle -- some gladiatorial exhibition at the hippodrome -- or perhaps the massacre of the Scythian prisoners -- or the conflagration of his new palace -- or the tearing down of a handsome temple -- or, indeed, a bonfire of a few Jews.
Let us follow him to the hippodrome, whither he is proceeding, and listen to the song of triumph which he is commencing:
When he arrives at the hippodrome, he will be crowned with the poetic wreath, in anticipation of his victory at the approaching Olympics.
Cahill was coming, and the three would have such a jolly chat, and perhaps end up at the Hippodrome.
In time they finished lunch, and Margaret, who had excused herself from the Hippodrome, took her leave.
I am the best-educated horse outside of the hippodrome
, everybody says, and the best-mannered.
While this bankruptcy of the Circling Brothers had been the greatest financial achievement of Harris Collin's life, nevertheless he enjoyed no mean permanent income from his plant, and, in addition, split fees with the owners of his board animals when he sent them to the winter Hippodrome
shows, and, more often than not, failed to split any fee at all when he rented the animals to moving-picture companies.
The sleepy waves lapping the sand unfurled themselves along the shore that extended as far as the eye could see, but where land began, it was limited by the downs which separated it from the "Swamp," a large meadow shaped like a hippodrome
Tork about yer marine hippodromes
,--if this ain't one, I'd like to know
IREMEMBER going to the Hippodrome
on several occasions to see Max Miller ("the cheeky chappie") with my mother and father in the 1940s.
It has always been clear what's a Hippodrome
stage a remarkable comeback show and what's an Alex show, so we have never really been fighting over shows.
Accounts filed at Companies House by Birmingham Hippodrome
show pre-tax profits increased to more than PS299,000, up from PS285,035 last year.