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you can understand why so many people want to have a go. What sort of field size are we expecting? I don't think anybody is going to. Certainly double figures feel. Plenty of pace, some representing Godolphin
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It will be a big field, like the old days. The used to run 30 in this race. Of the horses that galloped.
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The entertainment show is set for a HUGE shake-up after boss Simon Cowell axed several acts. The music mogul was unimpressed after discovering several of the acts who auditioned for Britain's Got Talent are in fact secret professionals with proper careers in their field. After recent viewer outrage and many fix claims, Simon made the decision to exclude them from the ITV show. Acts who have been given the chop include singer Sian Pattinson, the nervous mum who moved viewers ...
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All the biggest tech firms in the world are battling for superiority in the field of artificial intelligence, and it seems that Apple's next move will be to fit a dedicated AI processor inside its iPhones and other hardware, adding a serious performance boost to its automated algorithms. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports that the chip is known as the Apple Neural Engine, according to an insider "familiar with the matter". Apple itself hasn't mentioned anything about the chip yet, but few people have as good a record at digging up accurate Apple info as Gurman does. Whether the chip will be ready for the iPhone 8 remains to be seen - the insider sources aren't sure - but Apple certainly won't want to get left behind in the AI space, with Qualcomm adding dedicated artificial intelligence components to its own chips, and Google continuing to ramp up its own efforts in machine learning, as we heard at this year's Google I/O .
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Here comes Cowton again! The 600s, yet again, providing plenty of entertainment on the Irish roads. This is why those hedges are packed with spectators. William Dunlop. He's at the back of the field
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about where they can attack. There will be cars getting backed up. The leader, number 23, Gamble, he is on it. So is the man behind trying to pass him, Harper. These two are the class of the field. These were two of many tipped for.
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Alex Caffi paced that one perfectly and takes the plaudits... to the whole field, and especially Alex Caffi who takes it.
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It's relatively safe there as the 3 Ferrari heads for the pit lane. That's Marco Werner. Yeah, we haven't talked much about a multiple Le Mans winner, but he wasn't running at the front end of the field in the 1974 Ferrari and, unfortunately, a great day for Max Smith-Hilliard coming to an end,.
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Caffi in that 22 Ensign was so positive in qualifying and getting past this packed, packed field to set a flying lap, but it's another thing in a race and the number 15 Shadow in front of him with Phil Quaife on board, the DN3, one of the earlier Shadows keeps out of the way
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I'm not sure how many he's passed already. On-board with Cammish, working his way through the Pro-Am 2 and 1 field before he can threaten for points
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And we've got a change of second place, have we? No. No? It's still Dayton, but he's going to be under pressure. No, the Spitzer never went through. It's one of the other Ferraris, I think, further back down the field. It is Paolo Barilla. Just seeing him on screen. He's just pulled off
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Now further back down the field, back to that TKV-500, KV being a... Way too late on the brakes, too much speed. Please don't let me go in the barriers
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for the sports racing cars that we have here. Huge slide by... That was Patrick Watts. In fact, the field seems to be bunching up behind, but of course, it gave us a great start. Oh! Too many cars getting on top of each other into Sainte Devote
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IRNAPresidnet Hassan Rouhani said that his administration has done its best to alleviate poverty, boost production and employment and he will attempt to give new momentum to his efforts in his second term as president. Rouhani who has been reelected as president of the Islamic Republic of Iran was talking with Qom religious leaders on Friday. In his meeting with Shia source of emulation, Ayatollah Nasser Makarem-Shirazi, the ayatollah told the president that the role of private sector in goods producion should be reinvigorated and efforts should be made to raise quality of domestically-made products. Referring to the government’s efforts to reduce poverty and help the underprivileged, Ayatollah Makarem said that thanks God, the government has achieved good success in the field. The government should act in such a way that its economic achievements become more tangible in the people’s livelihoods, he said.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Before taking the field for the start of a seven-game trip, the Oakland Athletics scratched Kendall Graveman and said he likely is headed to the disabled list along with fellow right-hander Jesse Hahn.
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Sweeping through this stunning field of view,
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LOS ANGELES: New Zealand's Danny Lee and red-hot Kevin Kisner were in a four-way tie for the lead halfway through the PGA Tour's Colonial as an already crowded leaderboard got more congested on Friday. Lee fired a six-under 64 and American Kisner shot his second straight 67 to move into a tie with Webb Simpson (66) and Scott Piercy (66) for a one-shot lead at six-under 134. But there is no time to relax as a strong field that includes several major winners is nipping at their heels. Windy conditions helped create the logjam at the top with 21 players within five shots of the leaders after the first two rounds at the Colonial Country Club course in Fort Worth, Texas. Reigning Masters champion Sergio Garcia (66) and two-time major winner and defending champ Jordan Spieth (68) are within striking distance heading into the weekend. Garcia and fellow Spaniard Jon Rahm (69), England's Paul Casey (66) and American Sean O'Hair (68) are tied for fifth at five under 135.