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"Bob Warman is younger than me," is his claim to fame as we Jrst splutter on very decent Hotel du Vin champagne then head to the Hall Green track.
The 10-1 chance pulled clear after leading a furlong out to collect by three lengths and provide her rider with a Jrst win since riding out her claim.
Charsley was the Jrst player to be capped while playing for Blues when he was given his one and only England cap against Ireland in 1893.
Further, there is also general agreement that the Jrst priority is likely to be a line linking London to Manchester and Glasgow via Birmingham.
Against: Jimmy Ormond: 4-11, Surrey, Trent Bridge (jnal), 2003 Highest partnership - For: 95, jrst wicket, Nick Knight (54) and Neil Carter (47) v Glamorgan, Edgbaston, 2003.
A late addition to the Orchestra of the Swan's successful Jrst season as Associate Artists at Birmingham Town Hall, this programme had a summer serenade thread running through it, beginning with the nocturnal perfumes of Mozart's Divertimento K136, the Jrst of his three Salzburg Serenades.
This time Queen Victoria was amused by the 29 metre-high pylon erected in Victoria Square to mark the world's Jrst climate change festival; Thia Knowles, External Relations OKcer for the Environment Agency, with some of the reuseable cloth bags handed out at the Recycling Show in Centenary Square
Mum, aunt and cousin all contribute to the cover of Pink Floyd's See Emily Play, which Martha and Kate Jrst performed at last year's Barbican tribute to the late Syd Barrett: "Neither of us knew the song," Martha admits.