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Ir,

symbol for the element iridiumiridium
, metallic chemical element; symbol Ir; at. no. 77; at. wt. 192.217; m.p. about 2,410°C;; b.p. about 4,130°C;; sp. gr. 22.55 at 20°C;; valence +3 or +4.
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IR

Abbrev. for infrared.

Ir

(chemistry)

IR

Abbr. for “inside radius.”

IR

(networking)

IR

(electronics)

ir

(networking)
The country code for Iran.

IR

(1) (Industry Remarketer) See VAR and VAD.

(2) See infrared, IR detector and IrDA.

(3) See information resources.
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Voy Por Ustedes is 2-1 favourite for that race which is turning into one of the most competitive of the meeting with Tidal Bay, Exotic Dancer, Imperial Commander and Royal-owned Barbers Shop among the shortest priced horses.
Following a big leap at the second last from Master Minded, he seemed to run out of steam under Ruby Walsh to allow Voy Por Ustedes to powered away and score by 18 lengths.
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Sandown, Dec 8, 2007 1 Twist Magic..................5-1 2 Voy Por Ustedes ........Evs f 3 Monet's Garden............7-2 Owners Barry Fulton, Tony Hayward, Michael Lynch Jockey Sam Thomas Breeder Georg Hastrich Distances 3l, 5l KAUTO STAR never ran again over 2m after winning his second Tingle Creek in 2006, so come the following winter trainer Paul Nicholls needed to look elsewhere if he was to chalk up a hat-trick.