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The Arab races, which take place in the autumn on the French racecourse near the town, are very curious, and well worth seeing.ARTISTS AND ARABSHENRY BLACKBURN
From the top of the Schwaben it looks as though the side of the hill were fenced into a neat green track or racecourse.THE OLD FRONT LINEJOHN MASEFIELD
The bustle of the racecourse enabled them to escape, and once more the travellers were alone.THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS, VOL IIIARTHUR MEE AND J.A. HAMMERTON, EDS.
For example, the athlete in the racecourse has to keep himself in training and to put every muscle on the stretch.THE PREACHER AND HIS MODELSJAMES STALKER
We went into camp at Rosebery Park, Sydney, which is a racecourse.IN THE LINE OF BATTLEVARIOUS
The crowded stand and the racecourse are sketched in the background.ROWLANDSON THE CARICATURIST. FIRST VOLUMEJOSEPH GREGO
But the racecourse is open to the same objection as Palermo.SOUTH AMERICA TO-DAYGEORGES CLEMENCEAU
Surely the setting of a racecourse is not without its importance.SOUTH AMERICA TO-DAYGEORGES CLEMENCEAU
They were Lees, they said, and expected to be on Wirksby racecourse in three days' time.CHRONICLES OF MARTIN HEWITTARTHUR MORRISON
A racecourse, little frequented now, also stands on the ridge.THE DOVER ROADCHARLES G. HARPER

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