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Hobart is the finish point of the Targa Tasmania rally car event held annually in April since 1991. The annual Tulip Festival at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is a popular Spring celebration in the City.

And won in 2007 the Dakar rally for trucks with his MAN
trains, fair maidens by rivers, and country roads.

The reform of the ordinary rakish gentleman is the common pattern for the ending of the play.

His contemporary Aphra Behn lauded him in verse and also based several rakish characters in her plays on Rochester.

Some 20 years before Beatlemania, Sinatra's rakish look drove screaming crowds of bobby sox-wearing girls wild.

This perpetual thralldom irked the more rakish spendthrifts who were inclined to "forget" to pay now and again, and this is where the Babylonians came in.

Carey Mulligan's Bathsheba is swayed by the rakish military officer Frank Troy (Tom Sturridge) in "Far From the Madding Crowd" (2015).

Crackers popping, silly hats worn in rakish fashion and bad jokes swirled round in my head for what seemed like an eternity.

Emma's road to ruin - adultery - comes first with the handsome, rakish Marquis (logan Marshall-Green), who invites the couple to a hunt at his estate.

For all its minor offenses against taste and decency, the sole unforgivable sin that "Mortdecai" commits is one that would leave its rakish anti-hero aghast.

The actor is clearly having a good time playing Frank's dad - he persistently addresses his son as "Junior" - a rakish Evian sales rep who's not so secretly a government agent.

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