King of Kings


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King of Kings

appellation for Jesus Christ. [N.T.: Revelation 17:14]
See: Christ
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King Of Kings was a leading two-year-old when his wins included the Group 1 National Stakes at the curragh.
Main sponsors of the King Of Kings Fight were Top Kinisis, Prestige Group, Trick Tab and [eth]-[eth][yen][eth]N[eth]*.
King of Kings differs from the average Hollywood biblical epic.
At the same time, the magi in Babylon are preparing to follow a unique astrological sign, which forms a brief new star, to find the King of Kings.
He has not raced yet this season, but Aidan O'Brien knows exactly what it takes to get a horse ready first-time out for Classic glory on the Rowley Mile - King Of Kings (1998) and Rock Of Gibraltar (2001).
DeMille cast a 49-year old "Jewish-looking" actor in the lead role of Jesus in The King of Kings, with "Mass celebrated on the set each morning.
Hollywood legend has it that playing the Saviour is a career killer and, indeed, teen heartthrob Jeffrey Hunter was dubbed "I was a teenage Jesus" after his appearance in King of Kings (1961), also called "monstrously vulgar" by Time magazine.
The Ballydoyle camp will be hopeful, and pretty confident, that the handsome son of Sadler's Wells can emulate stable-companions and subsequent classic- winners Desert King and King Of Kings by landing this mile test and its winner's prize of pounds 114,600.
KING OF KINGS lived up to his name - and his trainer's expectations - with a breathtaking victory in yesterday's Sagitta 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket that left the bookies crying in their satchells.
KING Of Kings justified all last year's hype with an authoratitive success in the Sagitta 2000 Guineas.
THE Qipco 2,000 Guineas is the race that gave Aidan O'Brien the first of his 14 Classic wins in Britain courtesy of King Of Kings in 1998 and today Roderic O'Connor will attempt to give the Ballydoyle trainer his sixth success in the race, writes Tony O'Hehir.
The Great King Khshayarsha, King of Kings, King of Lands, Son of Darius, Grandson of Hystaspes, was a haunted man.