FENCFoundation for the Education of Needy Children
FENCFurther Education National Consortium (UK)
FENCFar Eastern Naval Command (India)
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Thus talking hand in hand alone they pass'd On to thir blissful Bower; it was a place Chos'n by the sovran Planter, when he fram'd All things to mans delightful use; the roofe Of thickest covert was inwoven shade Laurel and Mirtle, and what higher grew Of firm and fragrant leaf; on either side ACANTHUS, and each odorous bushie shrub Fenc'd up the verdant wall; each beauteous flour, IRIS all hues, Roses, and Gessamin Rear'd high thir flourisht heads between, and wrought Mosaic; underfoot the Violet, Crocus, and Hyacinth with rich inlay Broiderd the ground, more colour'd then with stone Of costliest Emblem: other Creature here Beast, Bird, Insect, or Worm durst enter none; Such was thir awe of man.
Their next clash in the Racing Post Arkle at Cheltenham will be fascinating and, while Footpad will be putting his unbeaten record over fences on the line, the Petit Mouchoir camp are entitled to relish the prospect of another tilt at Willie Mullins' exciting novice.
But write him off at your peril - Punchestowns has had just four races over fences and is reported to have thrived since.
2005 The Mencap and RNIB Inclusive Award for Students with Learning Difficulties and/or Disabilities 2006 The FENC Award for the Successful Use of Learning Resources.
105 "signe of a good nature" (Ev) "signe of a good nature" (CHARS FENC 21) 106 "valiant ...
He's definitel enough but he needs the run of the race." Willie Mullins, trainer of Call The Police Lambro "Considering he'd raced only once over fenc The Police ran a cracking race when secon Grade 1 at Leopardstown last month and wi improvement he should be involved at the Lambro has more experience and going up to miles, a trip he won over as a hurdler, shoul his chance of maybe running into the money."olin Tizzard, trainer of Cannington Broo "His best form is on heavier ground but he d well in a Grade 1 novice hurdle on watered g at Aintree.
Tomorrow, those unique spruce fenc es are put to use at Aintree not once but twice, much to the approval of the punters.
Our algorithm namely as, "Fast and Efficient Opportunistic Network Coding (FENC)", divides packets from incoming queue into sets and uses "OpNC" for each set and builds a tree structure.