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  • Promoted to Headline (H3) on 3/17/09: The Painful Cost of 'Breed Standards' yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'The Painful Cost of \'Breed Standards\' '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: In an attempt to maintain \'breed standards\ 'for cosmetic appearance, breeders and members of the American Kennel Club routinely mutilate dogs\' ears and tails.

    The Painful Cost of 'Breed Standards'

  • I doubt, that Camerons new policies tempt him, but you could try social conservatives from the Left wing of the Lib Dems, such as Colin Breed, Steve Webb and John Pugh.

    Is This Man David Cameron's First LibDem Defector?

  • Out in the night the coyotes were moving in from all directions in answer to the call Breed had sent out ten seconds before the steel jaws gripped him.

    The Yellow Horde

  • "A detachment of the army was ordered to advance early in the evening of that day, and commence the erection of a strong work on the heights in the rear of Charlestown, at that time called Breed's Hill, but from its proximity to Bunker Hill, the battle has taken its name from the latter eminence, which overlooks it.

    The Yankee Tea-party Or, Boston in 1773

  • This is a Lib Dem seat, currently held by Colin Breed.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • (Visit the House of the Day homepage.) – Sushil Cheema LandVest Located in Landgrove, Vt., and owned by Johnnie Breed, a Florida-based businesswoman, this property on more than 116 acres is known as Breed's Hill.

    A Sporting Spot in Vermont

  • We picked up a bottle of Wild Turkey Rare Breed, which is a barrel-proof whiskey.

    2009 June « Swords Against Boredom

  • We picked up a bottle of Wild Turkey Rare Breed, which is a barrel-proof whiskey.

    A Wild Turkey adventure « Swords Against Boredom

  • Joanne Oppenheim has a new book about Breed, Dear Miss Breed, which is being reviewed in the March issue of the HB, and the magazine also had an earlier part to play in the story, publishing Miss Breed's contemporary account of the situation.

    Clara Breed

  • Joanne Oppenheim has a new book about Breed, Dear Miss Breed, which is being reviewed in the March issue of the HB, and the magazine also had an earlier part to play in the story, publishing Miss Breed's contemporary account of the situation.

    Archive 2006-02-01

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