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  • Steele had Ellie tested because, she jokes, she wanted "a bit of warning if I'm going to need to plan ahead for a larger house to accommodate a 2-year-old pony-sized dog."

    DNA tests sniff out mutts' breeding

  • I turned my head in time to see a pony-sized gray wolf leap at the vampire before he could strike at Michael.

    Touch of Evil

  • Having recovered from the initial shock, she was doing the math in her head — a rapid-fire abacus clicking off the weight and volume of each pony-sized canine, and dividing him into chops, steaks, ribs, and packages of stew meat.

    A Dirty Job HTML

  • He opened his eyes, to find Tintaglia's pony-sized head thrust down into the chamber.

    Ship Of Destiny

  • Glancing in the indicated direction, Ehomba and Simna saw a dark slit of an alley give birth to a dozen or so pony-sized homunculi.

    Into the Thinking Kingdoms

  • It was a full-grown horse, not pony-sized, and trained to work cattle.

    Stands a Calder Man

  • One enclosure over, three terrified Spaniards are being chased in circles by a pony-sized

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Or are you more focused on Sabre, Jo, and those pony-sized dogs?

    PopWatch

  • How a hobbit is rewriting the history of the human race race of tiny primitive people, who used stone tools to hunt pony-sized elephants and battle huge

    WN.com - Articles related to Are Dalai Lama visits with US, UK, France a "provocation" for China's staged role in WW3?

  • The bones of a race of tiny primitive people, who used stone tools to hunt pony-sized elephants and battle huge Komodo dragons, were discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2004.

    Taipei Times

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