"All right, all right," said Vronsky, taking the reins
Vasili Andreevich, who was wearing two fur-lined coats one over the other, was already in the sledge, his broad back filling nearly its whole rounded width, and taking the reins
he immediately touched the horse.
'He'll never stand still, if you call him names,' said Mr Abel, getting in, and taking the reins
. 'He's a very good fellow if you know how to manage him.
To you--no,' returned Sir Mulberry, taking the reins
in his hand.
Meanwhile, the Sharjah Ruler released the Italian version of his book 'Taking the Reins
' (Hadith Al Thakira), during an event held at the Palazzo Madama, Turin.
ROBBIE HORN insists he's time served in management after taking the reins
at Bonnyrigg Rose.
COTY LEADERSHIP SAME: A new chief executive officer will not be taking the reins
at Coty Inc.
The 46-year-old played for Spurs and had a key role in the club's youth development, before taking the reins
as head coach following Andre Villas-Boas' sacking in Boas' sacking in vdecember 2013.
Victoria Hampson - previously RICS Member Services Manager (North & Midlands) - has been promoted to the role of regional director after taking the reins
from Jennifer Welch, who has been promoted to director of business delivery following a secondment as director of RICS in West Africa.
But the 44-year-old Argentinian (left) is yet to sign as he has an eye on taking the reins
at City and is prepared to wait until the summer.
Chatterton is taking the reins
from Cazzolla, who will stay on in an advisory role through the transition.
He made the transition from player - having played 323 Super League games with two spells at Hull FC being broken by 145 appearamnces for Bradford Bulls - to become the assistant coach under Peter Gentle before taking the reins
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