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He is on the look-out for a second apprentice, so if you think you've got what it takes to impress the hardman of business with your skills, talents and flair, and you can stand the pace of one of the toughest and longest interviews in the business, then go to www.
And artist Tracey Emin couldn't stand the pace and ended up on her bottom while Ronnie Woods' daughter Leah just about managed to stick her tongue out at the camera.
It's billed as the new tough Polo - and that's exactly what it feels like: robust, sturdy and well able to stand the pace.
And Brian claims he is confident his virility will stand the pace of his young bride.
O'Neill knows he is being asked to take the same group of players who last season took Celtic to their first European final for 33 years and force them to stand the pace in this season's Champions League.
Rushdie means that, at 54, he just couldn't stand the pace.
But don't worry, there are gentler rides in the park too if you can't stand the pace.
Her husband Mick is leaving because he can't stand the pace.
But Tory adviser Clarke had to end the affair because he couldn't stand the pace.
Now she has to keep fit to stand the pace of presenting the flagship children's show.
McRae has been unable to train since his horrific crash in Corsica last month and he starts in this weekend's Rally Australia fearing he'll be unable to stand the pace.
But this story about a little boy's big ideas regarding the world around him just can't stand the pace.