from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Any of three German breeds of dog of a range of sizes, having a wiry pepper-and-salt or black coat and a blunt muzzle with wiry whiskers.
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- n. A breed of dog originating in Germany
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. old German breed of sturdy black or greyish wire-haired terriers having a blunt muzzle ranging in size from fairly small to very large; used as ratters and guard dogs or police dogs
He chops food with the soft part of his hand and then fists it down to the ground where our schnauzer Puss sits squinting up, looking like a gold prospector enjoying a sunup.
I know Janet Reno would like you to believe that Elian got here on the wings of a magical schnauzer, but no! It might be comforting to keep these prisoners in legal limbo, but the thing is they're not actually in limbo.
Imagine being in an accident and having to get a miniature schnauzer pulled from your sternum.
Dear Readers: Mel and Barbara Mosher of Amsterdam, N.Y., sent a photo of their miniature schnauzer, Abigail, with their daughter's cocker spaniel, Zoe, standing at the top of the cellar stairs waiting for someone to come up.
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Our mini schnauzer, Joebert, is approaching three years of age.
Or pray at least for replacement shortstop Eduardo Nunez to bat .800, whereupon everyone will forget about 3,000, and Jeter will be forced to collect his remaining six hits in the West Side Little League, celebrating by taking his 10-year-old buddies out for Chipwiches and crying inside as vanilla ice cream dribbles down his arm onto the 72nd Street sidewalk and is lapped up by a playful schnauzer in a miniature Eduardo Nunez jersey.
My miniature schnauzer runs every time he gets off of his leash.
Ludwig, my schnauzer caught a cold while chasing squirrels in the rain at our favorite park.
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