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saunter

An air-intercept code meaning, “Fly for best endurance.” Also called loiter.
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Just moments after Williams had seen London Prize win the Grade Two Elite Hurdle at Wincanton, Saunter was delivered with a perfectly-timed run by Jim Crowley to lift the Betfred November Handicap on Town Moor.
Ridden by Jim Crowley, Saunter (6-1) hit top gear in the final furlong to sprint to an impressive win.
Saunter saves a little for himself, while hold-up horse Azari is unlikely to get competitive.
saunter will appreciate the ground and looked a top-class horse in the making when winning a good handicap on slow ground at Newmarket in september.
I don't think you want to have a footballer that's just coming here to saunter along, pick up money and not really have that desire to be a successful footballer.
The second annual Summer Saunter saw entrants completing a six mile walk around Linthwaite.
Staff from npower at Team Valley, Gateshead, are taking part in a Santa Saunter to raise money for a project to build a North East children's hospice.
Not surprisingly, Chicago chefs also frequent Caputo's markets to get unusual items or saunter through the produce selection.
Looking for people who can saunter gracefully down a runway in haute couture?
Baker will trot out something a bit more circumspect like "shave and split," "slice and sprint," or "sever and saunter.
With its bright purple color, it's not meant to be a man's member, but if you're not hoping to pass, you can saunter up to the men's urinal and be done in a flash.
Pythons, which are basically couch potato hunters, provide an extreme example because they find a likely spot and wait for dinner to saunter by.