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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 29, 2003
NEW KENT, Va. - Tam's Terms and jockey Horacio Karamanos delivered one of the most impressive performances in Colonial Downs' history in the $50,000 Da Hoss Stakes yesterday, overcoming a poor start to win by a length. Sent off as the 11-10 favorite, Tam's Terms clipped heels with Union One leaving the gate, nearly losing Karamanos and spotting the field about 10 lengths in a mile race. Entering the clubhouse turn, Tam's Terms was last, 8 1/4 lengths behind front-running Union One. After an opening quarter in 24.47 seconds, Karamanos regained control and launched a bid on the rail.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 4, 2003
Sondra Bender's Tam's Terms extended his perfect turf record to 4-for-4 with a 2 3/4 -length victory in yesterday's $75,000 Henry S. Clark Stakes at Pimlico Race Course. Trained by Larry Murray and ridden by Horacio Karamanos, Tam's Terms tracked, caught and put away front-running favorite Glick in the 1-mile test. He completed the distance in 1 minute, 36.41 seconds over a firm course. Glick finished second, and Run To Victory rallied to be a distant third. "We were racing in good position behind the horse on the lead," Karamanos said.
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By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun Reporter | January 7, 2007
It's Friday, after work, and time to wind down. Many of the area's grown-'n'-sexy crowd find their way to Silver Shadows nightclub in Columbia for a chilled-out way to start the weekend. They come in their business suits and casual Friday best (no jeans or athletic wear are allowed) and leave their ID badges in the car. No 9-to-5 talk here. But some come jazzier than others. Something about their styles speaks less about winding down and more about cranking it up! Freda Davenport, in a saucy little tam, was just one of those - on this night - with a little more funk in her fashion.
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July 27, 2003
On July 20, 2003, CHUN CHOI, beloved husband of Tung Yung Choi, devoted father of Diane Yep, Pauline Kan and her husband Tak Kan, Sam Choi and his wife Michelle Choi, David Choi, James Choi and his wife Karana Choi, John Tam, Jack Tam, and the late Tsui Nga Choi and Gim Chu Choi. Also survived by 17 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Family will receive friends Saturday, August 2, from 10 A.M. to 12 P.M. with a service immediately following at Harry H. Witzke's Family Funeral Home Inc., 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City.
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April 24, 2001
Schedule Tues. 24 @Det 7:05 Wed. 25 @Det 7:05 CSN Thurs. 26 @Det 1:05 54, 50 Fri. 27 @Min 8:05 Sat. 28 @Min 7:05 54, 50 Sun. 29 @Min 2:05 54, 50 Mon. 30 Tam 7:05 CSN
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By Frank Langfitt and Frank Langfitt,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | November 18, 2000
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam - Sitting beneath swirling ceiling fans in his Tam Tam Computer Cafe in the heart of the city once known as Saigon, Huynh Minh is the face of tomorrow's Vietnam. A self-described "boat person" who fled the country in 1989, Minh spent five years in a refugee camp in Hong Kong, where he learned English, studied the Internet and made business contacts. Rejected as a political refugee, he returned here in 1994 and two years later opened a cyber cafe. "I want to dream of a better life, but I know this is my destiny.
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April 14, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE Who's hot Red Sox pitchers have allowed only one home run in 10 games. Who's not The Tigers are 0-4 at Comerica Park, mak ing them the majors' only team that is win less at home. Line of the day Russell Branyan, Indi ans, third baseman AB R H RBI HR 5 1 3 4 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Who's hot Darryl Hamilton of the Mets has played 221 straight errorless games, longest active streak among major-league outfielders. Who's not The Pirates, who are 4-6, have not had a winning April since 1994 (12-10)
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August 14, 2004
Today's Pimlico line Post time 1:10 p.m. PP Horse Jockey Wt. Trainer Odds First Purse $7,500, 3YOs&up, mdn, cl. ($8,000-7,000), 1 1/16 mi. 1 Card Game Torres 108 G.Mobberley 30-1 2 Makes Sense to Me Olmo 117 B.Wiseman 20-1 3 Binandgone Freeman 120 L.McKlveen 30-1 4 Roses for Maria Camacho 112 J.Friedman 5-1 5 Tam I Am Van Hassel 115 R.Graham 5-1 6 Andreana Gail Campbell 108 W.Lamb 15-1 7 Spring Scamper Delgado 124 L.Glazier 7-5 8 Star Jessi...
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July 27, 2003
On July 20, 2003, CHUN CHOI, beloved husband of Tung Yung Choi, devoted father of Diane Yep, Pauline Kan and her husband Tak Kan, Sam Choi and his wife Michelle Choi, David Choi, James Choi and his wife Karana Choi, John Tam, Jack Tam, and the late Tsui Nga Choi and Gim Chu Choi. Also survived by 17 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Family will receive friends Saturday, August 2, from 10 A.M. to 12 P.M. with a service immediately following at Harry H. Witzke's Family Funeral Home Inc., 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 29, 2003
NEW KENT, Va. - Tam's Terms and jockey Horacio Karamanos delivered one of the most impressive performances in Colonial Downs' history in the $50,000 Da Hoss Stakes yesterday, overcoming a poor start to win by a length. Sent off as the 11-10 favorite, Tam's Terms clipped heels with Union One leaving the gate, nearly losing Karamanos and spotting the field about 10 lengths in a mile race. Entering the clubhouse turn, Tam's Terms was last, 8 1/4 lengths behind front-running Union One. After an opening quarter in 24.47 seconds, Karamanos regained control and launched a bid on the rail.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 4, 2003
Sondra Bender's Tam's Terms extended his perfect turf record to 4-for-4 with a 2 3/4 -length victory in yesterday's $75,000 Henry S. Clark Stakes at Pimlico Race Course. Trained by Larry Murray and ridden by Horacio Karamanos, Tam's Terms tracked, caught and put away front-running favorite Glick in the 1-mile test. He completed the distance in 1 minute, 36.41 seconds over a firm course. Glick finished second, and Run To Victory rallied to be a distant third. "We were racing in good position behind the horse on the lead," Karamanos said.
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August 23, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE Who's hot The Angels are on pace to have four consecutive winning months in the same season for the first time since 1986. Who's not The Tigers have scored only one run 16 times this year, 10 times since the All-Star break. Line of the day Carlos Beltran, Royals center fielder AB R H RBI HR 4 2 3 6 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Who's hot Sammy Sosa of the Cubs has 14 homers in August, all in the past 18 games. Who's not The Braves are just 5-13 at Turner Field since July 13. Line of the day Sammy Sosa, Cubs right fielder AB R H RBI HR 4 3 3 6 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE "We scored seven.
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