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Of property, a government action that substantially disturbs or interferes with an owner’s use and enjoyment of the property.
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In winning four of his seven races though he created a most favourable impression and perhaps most takingly of all Jarvis was adamant there would be further improvement in him this year.
The Dalakhani colt was slowly away on his racecourse introduction on Town Moor but the penny began to drop late on and he stayed on takingly to pick up a place.
He pains takingly described the "Effy" line of gems he claims he has helped inspire.
However, he was slowly away and really began to pick up only late on, staying on takingly to grab third.
No matter how hard the panel of nonentity judges tried to talk them up, all 12 contestants were breath-back takingly useless circus performers.
Slowly away and off the pace early, Jamie Osborne's filly stayed on takingly in the home straight to finish third under minimal encouragement from the saddle.
In winning four of his seven races, though, he created a most favourable impression - and perhaps most takingly of all Jarvis was adamant there would be further improvement in him this year.
The Beat Hollow colt made his racecourse debut in a traditionally hot conditions event at Newbury last September and despite running green, he stayed on takingly to land the spoils by half a length.
The Beat Hollow colt made his racecourse debut in a traditionally hot conditions event at Newbury last September and, despite running green, he stayed on takingly to land the spoils by half a length.
Luca Cumani's youngster had no answer to Group One-entered My Superstar, who ran out a four-and-a-half-length winner, but stayed on takingly having not had the clearest of runs in coming from the back.
A bit of bad luck in running can make all the difference around Lingfield's tight turns and it certainly did for Tromp, who had a lot to do coming out of the final turn but stayed on takingly under Robert Winston.
It's that he is overwhelmingly, jaw-droppingly, breath- takingly, not funny.