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Epsom

a town in SE England, in Surrey: famous for its mineral springs and for horse racing. Pop. (with Ewell): 64 492 (2001)
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Balanchine gave him his first career Classic success when winning the 1994 Oaks at Epsom, England.
Born in Epsom, England, in 1967 and trained at the Glasgow School of Art, Simon Starling mingles the grand tradition of the British boffin, forever tinkering in the basement, with heady neo-Victorian science, re-creating lost histories and divining the invisible global traffic of everyday life.
EPSOM, England -- Fisher Biosciences announced today that, through Fisher Scientific, it has entered into an expanded PCR (polymerase chain reaction) licensing agreement with Applied Biosystems, an Applera Corporation business.
Epsom, England A total of 25 horses have stood their ground for today's Investec Oaks following Thursday's scratchings' stage.
Replacing the existing San Antonio facility, Symantec's newest Security Operations Center, joins the security operations center in Epsom, England, in providing Symantec Security Services' rapidly growing, global client base with 24x7x365 outsourced security management, monitoring, and response.
It's been a long and memorable journey for Dettori, one of the elite jockeys in the world, since he scored his first winner in the famous royal blue Godolphin colours aboard Balanchine in the Oaks at Epsom, England.
In a separate release, Inktomi today announced the launch of its European operations in Epsom, England.