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In sport, racing is a competition of speed, in which competitors try to complete a given task in the shortest amount of time. Typically this involves traversing some distance, but it can be any other task involving speed to reach a specific goal. A race may be run continuously to finish or may be made up of several segments called heats, stages or legs. A heat is usually run over the same course at different times. A stage is a shorter section of a much longer course or a time trial. Early records of races are evident on pottery from ancient Greece, which depicted running men vying for first place. A chariot race is described in Homer's Iliad.
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The numerical value of raced in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of raced in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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Racing Kyle Busch is always fun, got to race him for a couple wins. We’ve always raced each other super clean and super respectfully.
I feel bad about AJ, i mean, he's gon na be upset with me but we raced hard and he owes me one.
I wanted it to bad, im sad. Congrats to Denny, raced hard and Ive been a fan of his since I was Matt DiBenedetto. To be racing door-to-door with him at Bristol in front of a great group of fans Im trying not to get emotional but its been a tough week and I just want to stick around and want to keep doing this for a long time to come. I am not done yet. Something is going to happen.
I dont think it was the (race route), it was the fact that Alaphilippe started so strongly, had a good advantage and was so strong, it was incredible how he stepped up and improved. A big, big well done to him. He fought until the very end. Fair play to him and his team. That was the reason why the race was raced so differently.
Not only have product prices lagged those of crude during the selloff - as is common in a downturn - but they have raced ahead of them in the rebound, keeping refining margins remarkably firm, and supporting unexpectedly strong throughputs in once-depressed refining centres such as Europe and OECD Asia, product demand has shown signs of life, with even European demand emerging from a secular decline to show strong growth of 3.2 percent in December and 0.9 percent in January.
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