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Carolann Byrne and Afonso Luyeye, far right, celebrate the opening of the Old Swan shop
As usual at this time of the year, it was a late night but Afonso brings us something different in that he is a goalscorer who does much of his best work inside the box.
Afonso, veterinary medical officer Patti Miller, and their colleagues in SEPRL's Exotic and Emerging Avian Viral Diseases Research Unit have developed an NDV vaccine-evaluation procedure that could help settle this discrepancy.
After finishing a lacklustre fifth in a Leopardstown Listed heat last October, Afonso De Sousa was recruited by the Middleham Park Racing team and sent to David O'Meara in the hope he could achieve the same sort of renaissance the likes of Custom Cut have enjoyed under his care.
Pitched into the Winter Derby Trial on his first outing for the yard, Afonso De Sousa perhaps just needed the run as he finished a four-length sixth behind Grendisar, with his run being checked inside the final furlong too.
But, clearly in top form, Afonso De Sousa, with valuable experience around Dundalk, appeals.
I need to speak to Afonso,' she said, realising she didn't know his last name and praying there was only one in the school.
Afonso says, "Akshara Theatre, where the show will be staged, has been converted into a haunted house.
FIFA's secretary general Jerome Valcke posted on Twitter that he has been saddened by the death of worker Afonso at Arena Pantanal, adding that his thoughts are with the worker' family and his colleagues.
Afonso said that the purpose of the two-day visit to Oman was to familiarise Omani investors with investment opportunities in Portugal, particularly in the real estate market.
45 Dundalk 1m21/2f Group 3 ATR Card page 83 AIDAN O'BRIEN, who is represented in tonight's Diamond Stakes by Afonso De Sousa, has dominated the Group 3 contest since it was moved to Dundalk to become Ireland's first Pattern race run on Polytrack in 2009.
Graciliano Afonso es un personaje controvertido en las literaturas hispanicas; constituye una figura, al igual que sucede con el italiano Giambattista Casti--cuyas Novelle galanti tradujo (1) y al que Menendez Pelayo tambien dedicara algunas paginas--.