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  • noun Plural form of Yorkshire.

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Examples

  • Canadian researchers have developed Enviropig, a line of genetically engineered Yorkshire pigs that can digest phosphorous more efficiently than traditional Yorkshires.

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  • "Amber just follows everything Tiffany does," says Phyllis Bandi, who has a scrapbook filled with awards devoted to each of the Yorkshires.

    Agility Contests Go to the Dogs as Tiny Breeds Star in 'Petit Prix'

  • The shortest dogs, typically Chihuahuas and Yorkshires, face off in the 4-inch category.

    Agility Contests Go to the Dogs as Tiny Breeds Star in 'Petit Prix'

  • Immediately, Mum pushed through, telling us that she was having a whale of a time with all her brothers and sisters but that her Yorkshires still beat Aunt Bessie's.

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  • Higgins and school did not see eye to eye and he left with few formal qualifications, eventually winding up doing his national service in the army in the early 1950s, serving as an NCO in the East Yorkshires near the East German border for a couple ofyears.

    A life in writing: Jack Higgins

  • Beverly Jameson the coordinator of South Yorkshires ` Black Police Association said When you saw the whole footage thing young lady is thrashing about violently and in ganger of hurting both herself and the officers trying to restrain her.

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  • Beverly Jameson the coordinator of South Yorkshires ` Black Police Association said When you saw the whole footage thing young lady is thrashing about violently and in ganger of hurting both herself and the officers trying to restrain her.

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  • This generous family had acquired goats (Toggenburgs and French Alpines), chickens (Buff Orpingtons and Rhode Island Reds), pigs (Durocs and Yorkshires), and assorted geese and turkeys.

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  • This generous family had acquired goats (Toggenburgs and French Alpines), chickens (Buff Orpingtons and Rhode Island Reds), pigs (Durocs and Yorkshires), and assorted geese and turkeys.

    On the Nobility of Dogs

  • I took pity on him and told him we could manage, strictly on condition that the next time Molly made Yorkshires, I was invited.

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