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fling

Dance any of various vigorous Scottish reels full of leaps and turns, such as the Highland fling
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after fling Even though you are trying to make amends for having that fling, no relationship should be one-sided.
Joanna Macaulay, events and exhibitions manager for Upland which runs Spring Fling, said: "The mix for 2018 is as rich as ever, with nationally and internationally renowned names alongside emerging new talents.
Having joined Fling Bar Services as a consultant in early 2015, Grusd was responsible for delivering beverage training and development programmes in countries such as Egypt and Myanmar.
The feature race, The Last Fling Chase, is named after Sue Smith's chaser who won four times at Haydock including the Peter Marsh Chase in 2000.
GRAND National Record: 2000 The Last Fling (7th); 2001 The Last Fling (UR 5th), 2002 The Last Fling (Fell 24th), 2003 Goguenard (UR 19th); 2004 Ardent Scout (7th), Artic Jack (Fell 1st); 2006 Ross Comm (Fell 4th); 2013 AURORA''S ENCORE WON, Mr Moonshine (PU 27).
Their best horse has been Mister McGoldrick, winner of two Grade Two Castleford Chases and a Grade Three Racing Post Plate at the Cheltenham Festival, but many of their biggest successes have come with staying chasers, notably Kildimo (totesport Becher Chase 1992), Ardent Scout (Becher Chase 2002), The Last Fling (Peter Marsh Chase, Red Square Vodka Gold Cup 2000), Himalayan Trail (Midlands Grand National 2008) and Auroras Encore (Totepool Chase 2010).
The Fall Fling is sponsored by the Berlin Art and Historical Society, as well as 19 Carter (OMEC) and benefits restoration projects at the Bullard House, on Woodward Avenue, and the Old Methodist Episcopal Church, at 19 Carter St.
For him to have already met her family and to be bringing her to meet us, I can only think this isn't just a fling.
Research released by Bayer Schering Pharma shows 52% of women feel more open to the idea of a fling when on foreign soil, with one in 10 saying they're more relaxed when on holiday and confessing that it's a form of escapism.
Nearly three in five (58 per cent) of Britons enjoyed a holiday romance at some point but 93 per cent of those flings ended in a break-up, the poll of nearly 3,000 travellers found.