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  • n. Plural form of Komondor.


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  • Komondors are best known for their thick locks called cords, which Horvath began washing on Saturday.

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  • However, several hundred Komondors are being used in Newfoundland as working dogs with environmental clean-up teams, and have been trained to deal with the frequent oil spills from offshore Hibernia platforms.

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  • Since then Komondors have been bred to absorb dirt better, be less prone to streaking, and are now lint free.

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  • There were only 40 Komondors in Britain but the breed's population has gone up by a quarter thanks to the unprecedented litter.

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  • Kyra gave birth to Britain's biggest-ever litter of Komondors, which are worth £1,000 each.

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