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aestival

[′es·tə·vəl]
(astronomy)
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His opposition includes Sir Mark Prescott's Aestival, who has started odds-on for his four most recent starts, winning three but finishing well beaten when 4-7 at Leicester last time.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 5.45 Margot Did, 6.15 Artic Rose, 6.45 Whisper Wind, 7.20 All Moving Parts, 7.50 Collect Art, 8.25 Anne Of Kiev, 8.55 Aestival.
Aestival and autumnal vicariads of Gentianella (Gentianaceae): a myth?
Although adults are nonpredacious, honeydew and pollen-feeders (Hagen et al., 1970), the presence of larval prey acts as a cue, or token stimulus, to promote aestival reproduction, whereas absence of prey triggers aestival diapause (Tauber and Tauber, 1973b).
Aestival hasn't been stopping over 1m2f, but the long, uphill finish might not be to the liking of a horse whose tail flashing suggests he has a few quirks.
Bath 6.25 Postscript, 6.55 Picnic Party, 7.30 White Shift, 8.00 Aestival. Catterick 1.50 Miss Clairton, 4.15 Nabari.
lecontei fits the aestival (summer) and postnuptial category of Saint Girons (1982) in which sperm are stored throughout the winter in the vas deferens.
Sanders completed a double at the seaside course when 4-9 shot Aestival ran out an easy winner of the 1m2f handicap.
scutulatus fits the "postnuptial" (aestival) breeding pattern with maximum spermatogenic activity occurring in late summer and fall (Saint Girons 1982; Seigel & Ford 1987).
molossus testicular cycle fits the postnuptial (aestival) breeding pattern (Saint Girons 1982; Seigel & Ford 1987).
Yarmouth 6.45 Free As A Lark, 7.50 Bell's Ocean, 8.25 Whiskey Junction, 8.55 Aestival.
Others to follow Brighton 2.30 Afkar, 3.05 Douchkette, 3.40 Aestival, 4.15 Stanley Rigby, 4.50 Yourgolftravel Com, 5.25 Barlaman.