tally-ho


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tally-ho

1. the cry of a participant at a hunt to encourage the hounds when the quarry is sighted
2. another name for a four-in-hand
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TALLY-HO: Tories are hounding voters in the battle to scupper Brown
Division Two: Hanley 135 (Jordan Eborell 21-8) Tally-Ho 138 (Tony Jones 21-1).
The take-off point for the contest was the Tally-Ho grounds, adjacent to Cannon Hill Park.
The anti-hunt brigade speak of cruelty, pain, suffering and immorality, while the Tally-Ho set only speak of socio-economic factors.
Mr Blair, I suspect, doesn't give a tally-ho! about the subject and Home Secretary Jack Straw would rather be chasing criminals than huntsmen.
(why did Kidd never pursue a ballet career--strange); de Mille's delightful Tally-Ho and briefer Three Virgins and a Devil; Lichine's Helen of Troy, with Eglevsky doing the world's slowest pirouettes while Adams broke hearts as Helen, plus Anton Dolin's staging of Giselle, with Alonso, Eglevsky, and weird toy book designs by Dorothea Tanning .
Tally-Ho Stud, where both Kodiac and Zebedee reside, was busy looking to secure future talent and went to [euro]57,000 for a Kodiac half-brother to the sprinter Mullionmileanhour.
Maggies top the table after seeing off visitors Tally-Ho by 22 shots.
Both the Under-12s and Under-16s face Aston Villa in their respective Midland FA Centre of Excellence cup finals at the Tally-Ho Club in Birmingham on May 13.
"You're supposed to shout tally-ho, Harry, not Achtung, Achtung!
It's so confused, many believe it's a case of Carry On, Tally-ho! It may still be possible for huntspeople to dress up, mount up, drink up and gallop off in search of their quarry.
What was the name she invented for a frolicsome woman in tally-Ho, or the Frail Quarry?