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With rapid growth predicted for 2014, Piece of Cake PR is ramping up for their busiest year to date.
He's fooling himself if he thinks the military thing would be a piece of cake.
Man Murphy was the 47th winner of the season for trainer Mary Reveley, and the 18th for his rider Fergus King, who had earlier teamed up to land the featured two-and-half-mile handicap chase with A Piece of Cake.
Korakor is 16-1 from 33-1 and A Piece Of Cake 20-1 from 33-1.
LIFE in Eccles in 1965 wasn't exactly a piece of cake, but the nostalgic new serial SEX, CHIPS AND ROCK'N'ROLL still swept away to an appetising start.
Michelle, aged 25, a customer care co-ordinator at DC Cook, in Holyhead Road, was stunned when her husband told her there was a piece of cake on the doormat and it looked like it was theirs
When I started my company, I thought it was going to be a piece of cake," says Gunn, Sonship's 40-year-old president.
Arriving at the 20 percent figure was no piece of cake.
4 Fabulous apple recipes that are a piece of cake 5 Emma Jenkins goes nuts over frangipane 6 We put Cafe Citta to the test 7 How planting by the moon can give your garden a boost plus Terry Walton returns to the allotment 8&9 Exploring the fortified city of Carcassonne 10 Pick a fantastic holiday from our readers' selection 11 Reasons to visit Malta 12&13 Next week's TV highlights plus books, DVDs 14 Your seven day TV listings Edited by Margaret O'Reilly email: margaret.
BOWING OUT Nettles as Barnaby FINAL ACT Last scenes PIECE OF CAKE Tom blows out the candles on his police career
A piece of cake DROP in at designer store TOGA + Loll in Solihull's Drury Lane on September 11 to indulge in a tea party complete with cup cakes.