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ragstone

(ˈræɡˌstəʊn)
n
(Geological Science) a hard sandstone or limestone, esp when used for building. Also called: rag or ragg
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It was just one of a series of incidents in March, October and November 2018 at the takeaway which promptedSlough Borough Councilto prosecute owner Akbar Ali, 43, of Thornholme Close, Leicester, and the shop manager Abdul Rauf, 42, of Ragstone Road, Slough.
Last time at Bath, over 10 furlongs, the filly kept on gamely toward the finish but just couldn't get to Ragstone Cowboy.
Rod Millman enjoyed big-race success at Newbury this season when Bettys Hope bagged the Super Sprint last month and looks to build upon his good strike-rate at the track this season with Ragstone View.
Promising in maidens, the Nathaniel filly confirmed that view when beating Ragstone View over a mile at Chepstow.
"I had been in architecture college in London with James many years ago and he contacted us over the project," Niall explained how the house used local building crafts and traditions including hand-made peg clay tiles, locally quarried ragstone and coppiced chestnut cladding.
LINGFIELD: 5.30 Ablaze, 6.00 The Secrets Out, 6.30 Hiorne Tower, 7.00 Ragstone View, 7.30 Working Class, 8.00 Arctic Flower, 8.30 Salt Whistle Bay.
I love goats' cheese, so something like Ragstone or Dorset Goat.
"It's lovely to ride a winner here - a Group 1 as well!" Dunlop, whose father John won the race with Ragstone in 1974, smiled: "The owners bullied me into supplementing and it came off.
Dunlop, whose father John won the Gold Cup with Ragstone 41 years ago in 1974, said: "It's a helluva story and credit must go to the owners.
Dunlop is the son of former British champion trainer John Dunlop, who trained Ragstone to win the Gold Cup back in 1974.
The victory for Newmarket handler Dunlop, who part-owns the horse, saw him follow in the footsteps of his father, John, who saddled Ragstone to victory in the 1974 renewal.
Speaking after the victory Mr Dunlop, following in the footsteps of his father, John, who trained Ragstone to win the Gold Cup in 1974.