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a closed loop conveying system frequently used between final store and loading bay. Used in some airports for the final distribution of passenger luggage after discharge from the aircraft.
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Although the race would appear to be the culmination in a rivalry that Thunder Snow and North America have been engaged in, there are several other serious contenders vying for glory including the massively progressive Capezzano, who outstayed the former in the Al Maktoum Challenge (Round 3), American hold-up galloper Gunnevera and deep closers Seeking The Soul and Gronkowski.
The decision came after animal rights activists protested that the noisy concert would cause stress to skittish gallopers.
Over a five-week period during May and June, the world's greatest gallopers compete in a series of three races in the United States: the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes.
AN OLD show gets a fresh look in the Waiters' Gallop - because half of the gallopers are waitresses in saucy French-maid costumes and it's a mixture that enables the participants to have contact with each other in a routine that usually denies it.
Its very first rides included the gallopers, speedway cars, rocket planes and dodgems.
Luke Clift on the gallopers and (right) Robert Plotnek dodges about with Mercury man Bob Haywood; PLAYTIME...
The carousel, officially called Noyce's Golden Gallopers, will be at its usual spot at the end of Rother Street for the annual mop fair.