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Belmont

(bĕl`mŏnt). 1 City (1990 pop. 24,127), San Mateo co., W Calif., a residential suburb midway between San Francisco and San Jose; laid out 1851, inc. 1926. There is light manufacturing, and the College of Notre Dame (est. 1851) is there. 2 Town (1990 pop. 24,720), Middlesex co., E Mass., a residential suburb of Boston; settled 1636, inc. 1859.
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This new Belmont is a scaled-down campus of six ``learning communities'' that will handle only half the 5,000 students originally planned.
We are very pleased that Belmont has chosen to join the Sky family," stated Marty E.
Unwilling to just close Belmont Home, the city in December 1993 issued a request for proposals to develop a new nursing facility and assume operation of the current one.
Although anticipation of the race has been dampened by the career ending injury suffered by Barbaro in the Preakness Stakes and the decision by Dubai's Sheik Mohammed to rest Bernardini and skip the Belmont, there is still great excitement on hand for the race," said Leonard Manley, director of Marketing at All Horse Racing.
It is going to take a 3-year-old of a type that's increasingly rare - one versatile enough to win the 1 1/16- and 1 1/8-mile prep races that get a horse to the classics, to win the Kentucky Derby at 1 1/4 and the Preakness at 1 3/16 to set up a Triple Crown possibility, and win the Belmont at the marathon 1 1/2.
Under the non-financial arrangement, InterCare and Belmont will link their already-established provider networks.
5 million in bets on the three racing days that featured this year's Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes.
Smarty Jones apparently had that effect on a lot of people Saturday as Belmont Park smashed its records for attendance (120,139) and wagering ($110.
No longer just an undersized, modestly bred, funny-named colt with low-profile handlers from the racing backwater of Pennsylvania, the million-to-one shot is odds-on today, a 2-5 morning-line favorite to win the Belmont Stakes on what is expected to be a damp evening on Long Island.
Management anticipates that the merger of Belmont with and into Sky will occur on June 1, 2005, with the merger of Belmont National Bank into Sky Bank effective at the close of business on June 3, 2005.
In the short time it takes to circle Belmont Park's 1 1/2-mile dirt track, Stewart Elliott, 39, can earn horse-racing immortality or infamy.