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canter

an easy three-beat gait of horses, etc., between a trot and a gallop in speed
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The new Canters are part of MMPC's response to this call for inclusive growth.
Jockey Club Estates has recently submitted plans to ncrease the number of all-weather canters on the famous hill from two to three and also add a new trotting ring adjacent to Old Station Road that would help to ease congestion at peak times.
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Canters invited a crosssection of businesses to attend, with representatives from some of the city's bestknown employers, including Royal Liver and the Probation service, along with some of the Merseyside region's fastestgrowing SMEs.
The Emancipation Day closure shut down IRS headquarters and other Washington offices Monday, postponing the deadline until midnight tonight -- and effectively adding another long day and night for the Canters and other tax preparers.
The Canters are not used for our main refuse collection rounds, but they are perfect for the job of going out to collect the odd ones and twos that are missed out," explained Dave Richardson, the council's Head of Cleansing and Grounds Maintenance.
The marketing of Mitsubishi Canters by DaimlerChrysler is described by Eckhard Cordes, Head of the group's commercial vehicles division, as a first concrete example of the strategic alliance struck by DaimlerChrysler and Mitsubishi Motors (MMC).
In severe weather, horses had to take their chances on the regular sand-based walking grounds, which could be frozen and treacherous, and meant one of the two canters on Warren Hill was turned into a makeshift walking ground.
Inside, three generations of Canters greeted wall-to-wall customers as waitresses - some hailing 50 years at the '50s Fairfax location - passed out the beef.
The customary opening of the grass canters on Warren hill in Newmarket at the beginning of February, which traditionally heralds the start of the Flat, has this year been postponed due to the weather.
Historically the 'racecourse side' of town has always lacked a stiff canter to match that of the ever-popular Warren Hill on 'Bury side', where as well as the traditional grass there are Polytrack and Mactrac canters to cater for year-round demand.
Since the installation of the neighbouring Polytrack and Mactrac canters, the annual event has only a symbolic meaning for local trainers, who previously had to rely on extensive trotting to keep their charges on the move through winter.