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Going Nowhere Fast, a 20-1 chance who was racing for the first time in 464 days, came home seven lengths ahead of recent winner Rime Avec Gentil the 9-2 joint-favourite.
Sebastian Larsson is going nowhere, says Blues' co-owner David Sullivan.
He continued: "But I feel Wales are going nowhere."
STRUT was outpaced and going nowhere in the five-furlong Listed race at Newbury, and it wasn't surprising to see she traded at an in-running high of 50 (pounds 400 matched), because her cause looked desperate when Sweet Afton (touched a low of 1.25) hit the front looking the most likely winner.
London-based Christina Mackie's room installation Xing, 2004, is a half-built road movie going nowhere in particular.
Boris is fast approaching cherished institution status, which is some consolation since his political career appears to be going nowhere fast.
"Baucus knows it's going nowhere, and we know it's going nowhere this year," he said.
One reason northeastern Ontario is going nowhere is that it does not have a voice at Queen's Park.
The champion jockey showed no signs of a recent shoulder injury as he never gave up aboard the 9-4 favourite, despite looking beaten when 10 lengths off the lead and going nowhere fast on the turn into the home straight.
Varying degrees of blurred vision are explored in a 'maze going nowhere' composed of irregularly pierced white gauze screens slung between parallel rows of vervaine and other sense-enhancing plants [Fardin flou by Bisbe, Dauge, Aguilar, Magnusson, Tous & Vespasiani, Barcelona].
My sisters and I were bundled in snowsuits in the backseat, going nowhere as the cold crept into the car.
DEREK McINNES insists Shay Logan is going nowhere as Aberdeen's transfer window is shut - in both directions.
going nowhere Manchester United will not let David De Gea leave in the current transfer window
Thomas Deans was going nowhere when his T in the Park bus ticket went missing.