nil desperandum


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nil desperandum

(ˈnɪl ˌdɛspəˈrændəm)
sentence substitute
never despair
[from Latin, literally: nothing to be despaired of]

nil desperandum

A Latin phrase meaning never despair.
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Nil Desperandum I LOVE to sing, I love to dance, But, at my age, I've missed my chance.
Situated on the south-west corner of the Curragh Training Grounds, near the army's Curragh Camp, Clifton Lodge covers more than ten acres, including a four-bedroom house, and was home to Crowley's 2005 Irish 1,000 Guineas heroine Saoire, as well as Grade 1 chasers Sackville, Moscow Express and Nil Desperandum.
A second boat, Nil Desperandum 111, with four crew, went to help but it also ran aground.
Last year she looked to have her best chance of ending that run, with the ill-fated ante-post favourite Nil Desperandum.
Last season's renewal of the four-mile, one-furlong hike was particularly informative for it went the way of Nil Desperandum.
The horses include Grand National favourites Nil Desperandum, Little Brick and Far From Trouble.
THE prospect of a sixthIrish- trained winner of the John Smith's Grand National in nine years has crept even closer following the demise of ante-post favourite Nil Desperandum.
But trainer Venetia Williams suffered a crushing blow as her John Smith's Grand National hope Nil Desperandum suffered a fatal injury.
BARON WINDRUSH gave a game staying performance to win the John Smith's Midlands Grand National at Uttoxeter in a race overshadowed by the loss of Nil Desperandum.
Heavily backed Little Brick broke a shoulder at Cheltenham on Tuesday and had to be destroyed and the same fate befell ante-post favourite Nil Desperandum who fractured a leg early in the Uttoxeter race.
But the race was marred when Nil Desperandum, favourite for the Aintree spectacular, broke a leg after jumping the eighth fence.
Aintree favourite Nil Desperandum is the stable's leading hope on the book but it could pay to forgive The Outlier a disappointing effort at Haydock last month.