Turpin


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Turpin

Dick. 1706--39, English highwayman
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CLASSY Dick Turpin got back on track at Ascot and he wasn't even favourite.
Anyone downstream who drinks that infected water can become sick--even die," Turpin said.
Hannon said: "I walked the Newbury straight on Sunday morning and the ground is absolutely beautiful, so in all probability both Canford Cliffs and Dick Turpin will run.
But he drifted right across the track and Dick Turpin (8-1) stayed on much the better to steal the glory.
Turpin is one of the small yet loyal cadre of superfans who take up residence in the Beverly Hilton each year for their own personal taste of the Globes.
This fantastical story begins with these words: "'Another gray day,' says Turpin, the taxi driver.
The gloves and archive of ephemera had been expected to make up to pounds 400, but interest from collectors of Turpin memorabilia pushed the selling price far higher.
Iliff professor Turpin points more to a spiritual explanation for parents' tendency to overconsume for their kids.
Mum-of-two Jackie Turpin, aged 48, was diagnosed with the condition in 2002, but vowed to raise as much cash as possible to help fund research into the illness.
As a ninety-first-birthday present, Eskenazi handed Turpin a packet of letters written to him by some of his former Seattle Rainiers teammates.
CHARLTON - "My name is John Turpin and I'm a big fan of Halloween," was how the e-mail began.
While the community has grown substantially since that report was issued, it hasn't grown in sales tax revenue, one of the key revenue sources a city needs, said Bill Turpin, executive officer with the Kern County Local Agency Formation Commission.