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So rather than the normal caginess of a Wembley final, I think it'll be a humdinger from the start.
THE battle of the Bells looks like being a Hogmanay humdinger as some of the biggest names in pop line up to welcome in 2004 in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Its gyroscopic properties allow for all kinds of shots, some of them already with proper names like the torpedo, snake and humdinger.
Goof-ups, wacky results, and plain bad luck can ruin a science project--or turn a humdrum experiment into a humdinger.
Brilliant at his best, the Willie Mullins-trained seven-year-old looked all set for a shot at Gold Cup glory at last month's Cheltenham Festival, despite apparently having stamina limitations exposed when narrowly denied by Cue Card in a humdinger of a King George at Kempton on Boxing Day.
The war of words will up the ante for what is already a humdinger of clash and will pile more pressure on Turn to Page 51
His infectious enthusiasm shone on the small screen in this all-singing, all-dancing humdinger.
HUDDERSFIELD have lost just one of their last seven Super League outings and they look good value to chalk up another victory in this afternoon's humdinger against Warrington at the John Smith's Stadium.
Humdinger, a leading UK producer of family friendly fruit snacks, has boosted distribution of its Fruit Factory range after securing a new listing in AS DA stores nationwide from May 2014.
It only comes alive in the last half hour with a humdinger of a hotel room row.
MARLON King scored twice, including a late winner, as Birmingham City came out on top in a St Andrew's humdinger.