Persona Grata


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Persona Grata

A diplomat accepted as a representative by the country to which the diplomat is sent. The term is Latin for "acceptable person."
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* Persona Grata costs pounds 12 and is available, along with Vin's other recordings, from www.vingarbutt.com or Home Roots Music Limited, PO Box 6, Skelton TS13 4YT.
PERSISTENCE paid off for the Ed Walkertrained Persona Grata when Middleham Park's daughter of Sir Percy scored on her fourth trip of the season in France in the Listed Prix Bertrand de Tarragon at Maisons-Laffitte yesterday, writes Scott Burton.
The Ed Walker-trained Persona Grata again finished runner-up in a French Listed race when caught close home by Kirsten Rausing's All At Sea in the Prix de la Pepiniere.
Three of her rivals, Khatiba, Bint Dandy and Persona Grata, have done all their winning on the all-weather and still have to prove they can do it on turf.
Persona Grata was turned over at 8-11 by 14-1 outsider Uchenna in the fillies' handicap and it was a surprise the Tote Placepot paid only PS49.70 as three of the first six favourites finished unplaced.