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peeress

1. the wife or widow of a peer
2. a woman holding the rank of a peer in her own right
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Peeress, winner of the race last year, finished sixth of the eight runners.
Today they run Ramonti, an ex-Italian regular who has been firmly put in his place by Peeress.
Stablemate Jeremy and Michael Bell's Red Evie should not be dismissed out of hand, but it is doubtful if either can live with a fully wound-up Peeress over Newbury's straight mile.
An intelligent, sincere observer of the American scene, Akins had her first success with Declassee (1919), which depicts the decline of an English peeress from a secure position in England to a dubious one in America.
The campaign to keep the United Kingdom together is risking failure because it is run by grumpy old men" - Labour peeress Baroness Vadera who is opposed to Scottish independence.
A BRAVE Labour peeress successfully fought off an alleged mugger.
00) in the mile maiden given that this sister to topclass Peeress shaped with plenty of promise when runner-up on her debut at Windsor three weeks ago.
Stoute took the inaugural running with Favourable Terms in 2004 and was then successful with the Cheveley Park Stud's Peeress the following season, while the owners triumphed two years ago with Nannina.
Peeress holds out standing claims in what looks a slightly below-par renewal of the Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes at Newbury today.
PEERESS can present trainer Sir Michael Stoute with back-to-back victories in today's Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes at Newbury.
Peeress enjoyed her biggest success to date when claiming the mile prize by a length and three-quarters from the ill-fated Majors Cast last May.
Nannina and Peeress are likely to begin their respective campaigns in the Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes on May 19.