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1750: National Gallery, London); "Heneage Lloyd and His Sister" (c. 1750;
Fitzwilliam Museum. Cambridge, Cambridgeshire); "Mr. William Woollaston" (late
1750s; Christchurch Mansion Museum, Ipswich. Suffolk); "Painter's Daughters ...
The Grand National is a handicap race, with weights ranging upward to 12 stone
7 pounds (175 pounds). The weights, the distance, and the big jumps demand
horses of prodigious strength and stamina and usually of more than normal size.
Below Green River city, Wyo., it cuts through Flaming Gorge National Recreation
Area, where it is impounded to form a large reservoir. It continues through
eastern Utah, with a loop into northwestern Colorado, on through the Canyon of ...
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