Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of schnauzer.

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Examples

  • Older, female dogs and some breeds, such as schnauzers and poodles, are more prone to diabetes.

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  • If people with freckles or fanciers of schnauzers were suddenly to become popularly reviled, Mr. Levin would position himself as chief reviler.

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  • Monday's canine competitors ranged from pocket-sized Affenpinschers to bloodhound-sized bloodhounds, while Tuesday's will include both mastiffs, giant schnauzers and a dozen types of Spaniel.

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  • In Letenské there was an old man with two long-haired schnauzers that came every day, and he called them both Ferdinand.

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  • In Letenské there was an old man with two long-haired schnauzers that came every day, and he called them both Ferdinand.

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  • If people with freckles or fanciers of schnauzers were suddenly to become popularly reviled, Mr. Levin would position himself as chief reviler.

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  • The array would ultimately include two schnauzers, an Irish setter, and two Cavalier King Charles spaniels.

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  • Out with the top hats and schnauzers, in with the corporate-sponsored game pieces.

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  • Romney has not missed an opportunity to mug for the cameras, to fib on his position on every issue, trying to be moderate on camera, then sending out his schnauzers to clear up the conservative side of the message.

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  • Among breeds that often have cropped ears are boxers, dobermans, Great Danes, rottweilers, schnauzers, and terriers.

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