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tally ho

A term used by combat pilots meaning, “Enemy aircraft is in visual contact.” It implies that guidance is no longer required and that the pilot is going in for the attack.
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Mr Whittaker stressed that specially-trained medical response staff were able to get patients from Tally Ho over to the children's hospital in six to seven minutes.
FIRST: Dawn Approach and jockey Kevin Manning win the Tally Ho Stud European Breeders Fund Maiden at the Curragh yesterday
It was held in the Lord Knight suite at the Tally Ho Police Training Centre.
Confidence in Kodiac FRESH from spending $175,000 on foals at the Keeneland November Sale, Tally Ho Stud wasted no time in continuing to replenish its stock.
She will attend the annual meeting of Visual Evidence for Victims (VEV) at the Tally Ho Police Training Centre, Pershore Road, Edgbaston, as part of her tour of the region where she will also be visiting the Birmingham Post offices at BPM Media in Fort Dunlop.
She sends hot favourite Tally Ho Shimmer into Brough Park's richest race of the year, The William Hill All England Cup Final.
FAVOURITE backers can get off to a flyer at Shawfield tonight by signing-up with Tally HO Robin in the opener.
Roi De Vitesse, who ran second in the Superl a t i v e S t a k e s a t Newmarket, tops a tally of nine individual first crop winners in Britain and Ireland for Chineur, who was originally set to stand next season at Tally Ho Stud for EUR4,000.