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grandsire

Bell-ringing a well-established method used in change-ringing
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Because the average number of steers per sire or grandsire was small, sampling effects may have led to these effects being overestimated (Girgnola et al.
Yet the bloodline of this phenomenal stallion, whose name put a small East Sussex village on the map, looks sure to become a mainstay of thoroughbred pedigrees like that of his illustrious sire Danzig and grandsire, Northern Dancer.
This bull is following in the foot steps of both his sire and maternal grandsire whose semen has already been exported to Australia and Mexico.
Bellringer John Pladdys muses on the notice that seems at odds with the planned 5,000 changes rung in Grandsire Cinques honouring the Queen's Silver Jubilee, in October, 1977, at Our Lady & St Nicholas Parish Church, Liverpool.
Certain methods of ringing have different names, including Stedman Caters, Grandsire Triples and Cambridge Surprise Maximus.
Yet again one old grandsire assures me that Kem herding with his beasts acquired a wonderful knowledge of their natures; each one would answer to its name, and come to his call; he would fondle them in his more pleasant moods, but in his darker hours banish them from his heaven to a place called his hell.
maternal grandsire, paternal grandsire, dam nested within maternal grandsire, sire nested within paternal grandsire, their interactions, and fruit within mating, all considered random.
With your crimson mouth where that eloquent tongue by which your grandsire beguiled poor Eve now silently flickers look, a blue sky.
Elaine Tully, who won over 1m-1m6f on the Flat and up to 2m6f over jumps, is also the dam of dual Listed-winning hurdler One Gulp (by Rule The World's grandsire Hernando) and useful chaser Elysian Rock (by King's Theatre).
Gallant Fox ('30) was sired by Sir Gallahad III and his great, great grandsire was Flying Fox.
Monsun is the paternal grandsire of outstanding chasers Rubi Light and Sprinter Sacre (both by Network) and smart hurdler Pearl Swan (Gentlewave), while the first crops of other Monsun jumps stallions in Ireland - Arcadio, Getaway and September Storm - have proved popular at the sales.
Pulpit's nerves are also a concern, since he tends to get rattled before a race, a characteristic he may have inherited from grandsire Seattle Slew.