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Gavin's stallion was in the barn and he tightened the cinches over the saddle blanket, working by touch in the darkness, comforting the animal with easy words.
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On 28 July 2009, 47-year-old Moxley pub landlord Swinder Singh Batth was shot dead in the town centre outside Gavin's Sports Bar.
Early in the first season, the cast was rounded out with Tessie Santiago as Lucia ( Gavin's co-host ), and Brooke Dillman, who played the station's weather-nun, Sister Brenda.
The First Sergeant, " Chief " Williams, recognized Gavin's potential and made him his assistant ; Gavin was promoted to Corporal six months later.
Their daughter, Gavin's first child, Barbara, was born while Gavin was away from Fort Sill on a hunting trip.
Not enough gliders were available to have both glider regiments take part in the landings, so the 326th Glider Infantry Regiment was relieved from assignment to the 82nd on February 4, 1943 and replaced by Gavin's 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment effective February 10, 1943.
Star contradicted his mother when he testified that he had been awake to also witness Jackson lick Gavin's head on the plane ; he didn't say anyone was asleep, just that the accuser was not feeling well and had leaned against Jackson's chest.
The prosecution's " grooming " theory held that Jackson used alcohol to lower Gavin's inhibitions in order to molest him, and the accuser testified that the first time he was molested, he and Jackson had just come " back from drinking in the arcade.
The thrust of Gavin's questioning was to ask if it was wise to express these provocative views-effectively " I told you so "-at a time when many politicians and Muslim leaders had been appealing for calm.
Gavin's father ( Herald Ray Golenor )' s family is of Irish origin, who were early landowners in California when it was still under Spanish rule.
Due to Gavin's fluency in both Spanish and Portuguese he was assigned as Flag Lieutenant to Admiral Milton E. Miles.
Gavin's part of the show was entitled I didn ’ t come up the Liffey in a bubble, an expression often used by Friday's father.
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General Gavin's experiences in the invasion of Normandy were detailed by Cornelius Ryan in his book The Longest Day.
Lopez also described an incident when the Arvizos allegedly tried to con Lopez by framing him for stealing $ 300 from Gavin's wallet.
Stuart, however, is dazzled by Skyler's beauty and, much to Gavin's horror, offers her a job at their store, which she happily accepts as the first step in her quest for a steadier lifestyle.
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Walton, who served as a correspondent with General James Gavin's paratroopers during the invasion of France, combines the soul of an artist with the lingo of a tough guy.
Little remains of the pre-nineteenth century village other than the Corbie Ha ' meeting hall, Cross Keys Public House and the Gavin's Mill water mill on the Allander River along with Barloch House and Barloch Farm.
The series ended with Jake and Dylan considering to go their separate ways ( though they may reunite ), Gavin and Penny deciding to start a real relationship and Frank marrying Gavin's mother.
Gavin's father, David Arvizo, visited Neverland several times in 2000, sometimes with the whole family, other times with just the children.
Star Arvizo said in an interview with the psychologist Stanley Katz on May 29, 2003, that he witnessed Jackson placing his hand on Gavin's crotch outside his clothes.
His younger daughter, Maria, also followed in Gavin's footsteps in her own right with a master's degree from Stanford, and has a successful career in television production.
" Will, however, identifies Gavin's problem with asking men out and his knack of making stories up to spend time with them.
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An alternative suggestion is that the original translation meant " Gavin's Mill ", and indeed Gavin's Mill remains in the town centre to this day.
The latter dying soon afterwards ( January 1514 ) in Wigtownshire, where he had gone as justiciar, and his son having been killed at Flodden, the succession fell to Gavin's nephew Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus.
Soon after the marriage ( of Gavin's nephew ) she nominated him Archbishop of St Andrews, in succession to William Elphinstone, archbishop-designate.
Gavin's friends William T. Ryder — Commander of Airborne training-and William Yarborough-Communications officer of the Provisional Airborne Group-convinced General William C. Lee to let Gavin develop the tactics and basic rules of Airborne combat.
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This version says Babieca was raised in the royal stables of Seville and was a highly trained and loyal war horse, not a foolish stallion.
The illuminating exception is the archaic and localised myth of the stallion Poseidon and mare Demeter at Phigalia in isolated and conservative Arcadia, noted by Pausanias ( 2nd century AD ) as having fallen into desuetude ; the violated Demeter was Demeter Erinys.
He was to be the sire of the great Trakehner stallion Tempelhüter, and most modern Trakehners can be traced to these two stallions.
In 1891, Hayes broke a mature, intact mountain zebra stallion to ride in two days time, and the animal was quiet enough for his wife to ride and be photographed upon.
There is some evidence that about 6, 000 years ago, near the Dneiper River and the Don River, people were using bits on horses, as a stallion that was buried there shows teeth wear consistent with using a bit.
The city's current name comes from a stallion that was named after the Coburg district of Bavaria, Germany, from whence the horse had been imported.
According to this legend, romanticised by Alexander Pushkin in his celebrated ballad " The Song of the Wise Oleg ," it was prophesied by the pagan priests that Oleg would take death from his stallion.
The stallion is believed to have been captured by Captain Robert Byerley at the Battle of Buda ( 1686 ), served as Byerley's war horse when he was dispatched to Ireland in 1689 during King William's War and saw further military service in the Battle of the Boyne.
Cass Ole, a champion Arabian stallion, was featured in most of the movie's scenes, with Fae Jur, another black Arabian stallion, being his main double.
Dan Patch was a brown American bred Standardbred stallion sired by Joe Patchen, his dam Zelica was by Wilkesberry.
Woolf, who was riding him, said that he felt the horse stumble, when the stallion hit the ground hard with one leg.
Compared to his previous races, it was an unremarkable performance for the stallion ( Seabiscuit was third, bested by two lengths ), but it was an amazing comeback for him and his jockey.
Breeders selected bloodlines that would produce the fastest horses, with one of the most notable sires being the gray Thoroughbred stallion Messenger, who was exported to the United States in 1788.
Modern veterinary techniques make gelding of even a somewhat elderly stallion a fairly low-risk procedure, and the horse then has the benefit of being able to be turned out safely with other horses and allowed to live a less restricted and isolated life than was allowed for a stallion.
He is linked forever to the year-older Seabiscuit, who was a famous Grandson of the Man o ' War stallion, son of Hard Tack and was the preeminent horse based in the western US.
As old East Slavic chronicles say it was prophesied by the pagan priests that Oleg would take death from his stallion.
An early importation to Australia was the Arabian stallion ( Old ) Hector, whose bloodlines are to be found in the Pedigree chart | pedigree s of some Australian Thoroughbreds.