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peace offering

Judaism a sacrificial meal shared between the offerer and Jehovah to intensify the union between them
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One of four Nicholls runners in that competitive five-furlong handicap, Peace Offering came out best beating Grigorovitch by a length and a quarter.
He has come on for his run behind Peace Offering and we are looking for a good effort from him.
Olives - a branch of which is the traditional peace offering - are frost hardy in the UK and will grow comfortably with only a small amount of protection in the hardest of weather.
The English challenger Peace Offering is taken to see off stablemate Tax Free in the Bud Light Stakes.
The son of Tagula comes into the race in cracking form, having beaten sta-blemate Peace Offering in the Palace House Stakes at Newmarket last time.
TALKING of all this conflict, we should just drop Peep Show DVDs across the Middle East as a peace offering.
As well as Pieter Brueghel and Continent, Nicholls has six other runners including last year's winner Funfair Wane, Just James, Traytonic, Peace Offering, Primus Inter Pares and Merlin's Dancer.
But like an abused spouse who keeps returning home with a peace offering of Scotch and Bourbon, we seem to invite torrential disaster.
The trio claimed Mr Sexton ignited the row with taunts of "killer" in Camden, North London, and that he handed them a pounds 10 peace offering.
She coming into the family at this time has been a great peace offering, a great symbol of peace-making in this family.
PEACE OFFERING stated his case for the big sprints in the final third of the season when gaining a second career victory in the conditions race for Dandy Nicholls and his son Adrian.
Often associated with winning big sprint races, Nicholls is likely to saddle Strike Up The Band, Peace Offering and Moss Vale in the Group One dash he landed with Continent in 2002.