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sec

1. (of wines) dry
2. (of champagne) of medium sweetness
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second

A unit of secondary quality or one not meeting specified dimensions; a cull.
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(Single Edge Contact) See SECC.
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"It's always been a very good race for me," said Secly. "You can't say it's my race, but I've got a horse that's allowed me to win it again."
At the age of 14, I went to the Moulin apprentice school at Chantilly and became attached to Monsieur Secly's stable."
Trainer Bernard Secly will decide after the Heros XII if he will let the full-brother to 1994 Gold Cup winner The Fellow go on to the Haye Jousselin again.
This full-brother to Francois Doumen's 1994 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner The Fellow-referred to this week in a besotted Paris-Turf as l'extra-terrestre-is trained by Bernard Secly, who reports the 12-year-old as well as ever.