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  • n  a woman of the peerage in Britain
  • v  look searchingly

  • Out for revenge, she arranges to visit his home as an English peeress (her resemblance to the girl on the boat becomes a comic asset rather than a plot difficulty).
  • Last week this indomitable peeress, who heads today the British Women's Voluntary Services for Civil Defense, announced at Preston in Lancashire an idea as practical as the .
  • Margaret Haig 2nd Viscountess Rhondda, pioneer feminist peeress: "Motherhood is only a part time job,' said I last week.

  • Michael Stoute in
    Stoute said: "Peeress has shown all year she can handle these conditions whereas my other two fillies prefer it quicker. She's a tough performer who has never run a bad race and I hope she stays in training next season. It was an unusual race but...
  • Kieren Fallon in BBC Sport
    Fallon said: "She [Peeress] deserved it. I got beat on her in a race at Goodwood last year. I rode an awful race and it was time to pay her back.
  • Chris Richardson in
    I think it will be ground-dependent for Peeress, but she looks really well,said Chris Richardson, managing director of the stud.

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