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prickle

Botany a pointed process arising from the outer layer of a stem, leaf, etc., and containing no woody or conducting tissue
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Beaumont, taking things easy at home, watched on television as Mr Prickle spreadeagled the opposition in the Robert Gray Trains For Viking Racing Club Handicap Chase.
Despite retaining that slight spritzy prickle, this is serious wine but just perfect for drinking (on its own) on a summer afternoon or with a light fish dish.
Put him in an each-way trixie with Mr Prickle and Golan Way.
It has a rounded texture with gentle flavours of grapefruit, kiwi fruit and, for some, ripe pear - finished with a slight prickle.
Andrew Thornton has returned from a shoulder injury in the form of his life, and he recorded a career landmark when Mr Prickle ended the winning sequence of Noun De La Thinte in the 2m4f handicap chase.
A HEDGEHOG found without a single prickle on his back has had his freak appearance blamed on global warming.
49 - Tesco Chilean sauvignon blanc is more reserved than New Zealand equivalents but this version, from an eco-conscious winemaker, has real complexity with lemon, gooseberry and nettle avours and a slight prickle to the tongue.
15 Kempton Sporting (50:25:10) 18-21 Fistral Beach, 12-15 Le Burf, 9-12 Magic Sky, Supreme Duke, 8-11 Aigle D'Or, Captain Americo, Snakebite, 6-8 Donaldson, 5-7 Oracle Des Mottes, 4-6 Heathcote, Mr Prickle, 3-5 Jigsaw Dancer, 2-4 Stradbrook.
Seek out a local Nisa or Costcutter for this soft white with perfumed apple and grapefruit flavours and a slight initial prickle.
Down at Lingfield Mr Prickle, up 8lb for an easy win at Towcester, remains extremely well treated on the best of his old form for Peter Beaumont and can continue his return to form for excellent trainer Richard Newland.
40) could see Peter Beaumont back among the winners courtesy of Mr Prickle.