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jacinth

[′jas·ənth]
(mineralogy)

jacinth

guards against plague and wounds. [Gem Symbolism: Kunz, 81]

jacinth

endows owner with discretion. [Gem Symbolism: Kunz, 82]
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Rehman Afzal, 18, of Jacinth Court, Fartown, received five years and four months for robbery, a charge he had admitted.
Sezincote, run alongside the same owner's Whitsbury Manor Stud, was, during Lonsdale's time, a source of good winners like Gulf Pearl, Aegean Blue, Bracey Bridge, Khaleka, Credo, Mandamus, Biskrah and Jacinth.
IN the Cheveley Park at Newmarket Bruce Hobbs' classy filly Jacinth (J Gorton) decimates a good field by five lengths and finishes 3lbs clear of Noble Decree at the top of the Free Handicap.
They will also be sentenced for robbery, along with accomplices Umare Aslam, 20, of Coniston Avenue, Dalton, and 18-year-old Rehman Afzal, of Jacinth Court, Far town.
Only last week we were talking of Lincolnshire Poacher cheese and our gambles on Jacinth all those years ago.
The son of Vaguely Noble goes on to become top-rated two-year-old colt in the Free Handicap, three pounds below Bruce Hobbs' filly Jacinth.
He and 18-year-old Rehman Afzal, of Jacinth Court in Fartown - who had already admitted robbery - were both acquitted of murder.
That performance prompted various judges to bracket her in the same league as the brilliant fillies Jacinth and Ravinella, both of whom had gone on to cement their reputations at three.
AT Newmarket Bruce Hobbs introduces smart newcomer Jacinth (J Gorton) in the Lambton Stakes.
He and 18-year-old Rehman Afzal, of Jacinth Court, Fartown - who had already admitted robbery - were both acquitted of murder.
Hobbs was the youngest jockey, at 17, to win the Grand National when partnering Battleship to victory, and is probably best remembered for his exploits as a trainer with horses such as Tyrnavos, Jacinth, Melchbourne, Cry Of Truth and Tromos.
The five accused of murdering Mr Singh are Umare Aslam, 20, of Coniston Avenue, Dalton; Muawaz Khalid, 20, of Blackmoorfoot Road, Crosland Moor; Shoaib Khan, 18, of Calton Street, Hillhouse; Nabeel Shafi, 18, of Park Hill, Bradley; and Rehman Afzal, 18, of Jacinth Court, Fartown.