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canter

an easy three-beat gait of horses, etc., between a trot and a gallop in speed
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The transformation is incredible," said Stephen Canter, who submitted his family's contest entry.
We have always referred work to Jackson & Canter, but now we will together provide a wider range of services and in more depth.
Make a donation at Canter Levin& Berg fundraising page on Virgin Money Giving.
In the free guide Julie Goodnight's Tips for Riding a Horse: How to Ride a Horse at the Canter, Goodnight offers advice for riders who are afraid to lope their horses or who are afraid of the canter departure.
Ian Fitzpatrick and Claire Jansz, partners from Canter Levin & Berg Solicitors, who are sponsoring the Sky Masters tournament Picture: JASON ROBERTS
Brewer and Canter said they didn't have any specific meetings scheduled to address that bill but will express their opposition if the subject comes up.
Canter comes to Interpublic from Accenture, where he had been a Partner in the Marketing Sciences practice area.
Associate solicitor with the Employment Law Department at Canter Levin & Berg, Sean Carty, who is also one of the judges for the Liverpool Rose of Tralee, and a proud Irishman, said: "Canter Levin & Berg is delighted to be the lead sponsor of the Liverpool Rose of Tralee, such a special event for the Irish community here in Liverpool.
She didn't canter today but she's fit, so I don't think it will affect her training.
We have an extremely talented group of Editors here at White Digital Media," explains Canter.
David Canter returns to former Pfizer site to spearhead its use by U-M researchers and private-sector partners
CANTER Levin and Berg launched a new series of free employment seminars delivered by the firm's new head of department, Will Burrows, and solicitor John Booth.