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In numismatics, describing a well-worn coin on which the date may be visible only with some difficulty. These coins generally are less valuable for collectors.
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He's unbeaten in three runs over fences and a line through Sandown winner King Louis makes his debut handicap mark of 140 look just about fairish. But he will never have been in anything like the speed war he will be involved in here and, for me, this will be a learning experience rather that a winning one.
There have of course been "gays" about since time immemorial, indeed I think it was one of our medieval kings (Edward II?) who suffered an untimely death at Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire, and it is said that his shrieks could be heard in Chepstow on the other side of the Severn - a fairish hike.
International call-ups have ripped holes in the hosts' first-choice defence - no, really - but 8/13 still looks fairish and I just can't get away from Bradford.
John Butler, Scott Richards and Joe Fairish are injured, while James Oates is also unavailable.
Marc Ellison and Richard Logan are suspended while Harrison Davies and Joe Fairish will not play again this season.
He has a fairish draw and should give a good account of himself."
In Spain "Reserva" will be a fairish indication of quality as will "Premier Cru" for example in France, but in Italy the grading seems just to confuse.
And helping to make that future Glorious, I see, are 'detailed proposals' to revamp Central Square, that appalling eyesore affronting visitors to our fairish city as they emerge from the railway station.
He's off a fairish mark so he should pick up a little handicap this season.
Elegantly dressed and cravated, with the Order of the Garter on his chest and a buckled black hat set at an elegant angle on his fairish hair, it shows us a foppish young man who looks barely 21 with the famous Hanoverian blue eyes and a rosebud mouth.
The West Ham -Liverpool game looks trappy, though delicate Raul Meireles is probably fairish 'anytime' at 10/3 (Paddy Power) to continue his scoring form under King Kenny.
Subs (not used): Fairish, Richards Refere e: Steve Smith (Darlington) TURNED AROUND Richard Logan (left) led the way for Sunderland RCA but Josh Gillies (right) helped win it for Gateshead