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  • Dish trotted over to Augustus on the trim sorrel he called Mustache, a fine cow horse whose eyes were always watching to see that no rebellious cow tried to make a break for freedom.

    Lonesome Dove

  • Director: Li-Anne Huang (Singapore) Synopsis: Imprisoned in the past and currently under house arrest, three men known as the Mustache Brothers eke out a living as comic performers and set their sights on the eventuality of freedom.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • "Mustache," said one of the other officers, and all eyes turned toward the stuffed skin of a mongrel poodle dog mounted in a glass case hung against the wall.

    The Eagle of the Empire A Story of Waterloo

  • From the beginning she had been firmly convinced that the "Mustache," as she now called the knight in a tone of the most intense aversion, had contrived this base conspiracy, and her opinion was strengthened by Biberli.

    In the Fire of the Forge — Volume 06

  • Wolff was dear to him, but before he would have led his Els to the house where the miserable "Mustache" lived, and whose head was the coldhearted, gloomy man whose words had just struck him like a poisoned arrow, he, whom the Lord had bereft of his beloved, gallant son, would have been ready to deprive himself of his daughters also and take both to the convent.

    In the Fire of the Forge — Volume 03

  • The calumnies by which the "Mustache" had assailed the innocent Els Ortlieb haunted him, and many others had shown their indignation against the traducer.

    In the Fire of the Forge — Volume 04

  • 'Mustache' Derek Ashbaugh is in tow, camera in hand, documenting the insanity!

    Metal Underground.com

  • From Mustache Day to "floor crawls" -- think a white-collar version of the pub crawl -- several of Chicago's top technology companies trumpeted their unique corporate cultures at the recent Entrepreneurs Unpluggd event, which took place Oct. 12 at the Chopin Theater.

    Keith Ecker: Mustache Day and Floor Crawls: Chicago Entrepreneurs Discuss Quirky Cultures

  • Her interactive marketing company is the one with the "Mustache Day," in which employees are encouraged to come to work sporting some hip facial hair.

    Keith Ecker: Mustache Day and Floor Crawls: Chicago Entrepreneurs Discuss Quirky Cultures

  • The presenter just said, with a straight face: "The housing market will be a key topic tonight…" Yes, that's right, just after the discussion on the awesomeness of unicorns and rainbows.7.27pm ET: Here's some late breaking news, and another huge setback for Herman Cain:Amid a storm of allegations levied against Herman Cain, the American Mustache Institute today announced it had rescinded its endorsement for his presidential candidacy.

    GOP debate in Michigan – as it happened

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