Our readers may not be unwilling to glance back
, for a brief interval, at Uncle Tom's Cabin, on the Kentucky farm, and see what has been transpiring among those whom he had left behind.
Soon we were in the green country, and I took one last glance back
at the smoke-filled sky.
He turned again to the spoor of the stranger bull, which showed plainly to his trained senses, nor did he glance back to note if Taug followed.
Teeka turned to glance back. She saw the impending fate of her defenders and there sprung to life in her savage bosom the spark of martyrdom, that some common forbear had transmitted alike to Teeka, the wild ape, and the glorious women of a higher order who have invited death for their men.
A quick glance back
to the same weekend 12 months ago reveals the folly of reading too much into opening day results.
for view of the obelisk then scale steps.
Perhaps a glance back
to a more successful season for the club can provide some inspiration as well.
for a view of the obelisk, then scale the steps.
The grey has thrived since dropping in trip and should be primed after finishing second to Glance Back
on his return at Bangor.
won at Bangor on his second start following a wind operation and can follow up in the Age UK Somerset Handicap Chase.
De Bruyne, who carried on like the challenge was perfectly acceptable, only gave a nonchalant glance back
to his countryman.
The bull and his lasses, apparently, simply watched with disdain, but I didn't glance back
showed an admirable attitude to win a modest event at Leicester last time and a similar effort should be good enough in the Follow At Racing_UK On Twitter Now Handicap Chase at Wetherby.
The mention of the China-made mannequins made one turn around to glance back
at the one missing an eyelash.
Before the race there was a nasty incident in the paddock when box driver Matthew Delahooke was badly kicked as he took a rug off unplaced Glance Back
. He was taken to hospital.