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  • So, if you have more than one, then you have a plotz?

    February 24, 2007

  • A breed of dog skilled at machinations. No, not really. A breed of dog developed from German boar-hunting dogs, "brought to the United States by Jonathan Plott in 1750," and "carefully developed to be stronger and more tenacious... The descendants of Jonathan Plott have only rarely put these dogs on the market, so while the breed was officially recognized in 1946, it is still little known." (Simon & Schuster's Guide to Dogs, 1980)

    February 24, 2007