French flyer

French flier, French flyer

A flier of a three-quarter-turn stair, around an open well.
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French flyer Ribery then turned home Joshua Kimmich's assist in the 72nd minute.
Bayern responded ruthlessly as David Alaba notched to precede a first Bundesliga goal for Renato Sanches, with French flyer Ribery turning home Joshua Kimmich's assist in the 72nd minute.
Longshot Simon Giles French Flyer 4.05 Thirsk Down the field last time but shaped better than the bare result wearing a first-time hood in a race not run to suit and could go close here if building on that with the step up in trip also expected to suit.
French Flyer should be very hard to beat in the Western House Novice Auction Stakes.
FRENCH flyer David Bellego assumes the No 1 race jacket when Redcar return to full strength for tonight's Premier League clash with Berwick Bandits.
But fans of the French flyer will have to be quick out of the blocks when sales of the pounds 27,820 model start next week because the run is limited to only 500 cars, 50 of which are bound for the UK.
But on the road the little French flyer never felt as if it was lacking in performance and offers as much excitement as driving a MINI.
But to be honest, on the road the little French flyer never felt as it was lacking in performance at all and offers as much excitement as driving a MINI.
Ribery gets franck about his future French flyer Franck Ribery has put Europe's top clubs on red alert after hinting his future may be away from Bayern Munich.
With Michael Owen's contract talks starting positively and French flyer Djibril Cisse set to arrive at Anfield this summer from Auxerre, the Reds could field a turbo-charged strike force which for pace alone could even have the edge on a Thierry Henry led Arsenal.
Sir Alex Ferguson has already signed French flyer David Bellion from Sunderland and Cameroon midfielder Eric Daniel Djemba-Djemba from Nantes.
Only France reported that GIVD was infrequent, although a top French flyer has since retired because of an inner ear disorder.