Alsatian


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Alsatian

1. a large wolflike breed of dog often used as a guard or guide dog and by the police
2. a native or inhabitant of Alsace
3. (in the 17th century) a criminal or debtor who took refuge in the Whitefriars area of London
4. of or relating to Alsace or its inhabitants
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One of them appears to be an Alsatian puppy around 12 weeks old.
But while demand is high for the American Alsatian, Schwarz does warn on her website her dogs need a loving home and aren't just a novelty.
POPULAR Alsation Your Alsatian was part of the Fireside series.
His Alsatian dog, Simba, allegedly attacked Brenda Pearson at his house on Front Street, Carlin How, on April 20 this year.
20pm on Monday, July 6, border terrier was attacked when a man walking two Alsatians on a field behind Newbottle Primary School, in Sunderland, let one of the animals off the lead at which point it attacked a border terrier that was being held on a lead.
AN ALSATIAN dog named Rocky who bit a jogger called Ricky four times must be destroyed, a court has ordered.
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French may be the official language, but Alsatian, which is a Germanic dialect, is also spoken; and--unlike the people in many other parts of France--Alsatians are tolerant of tourists and will speak English to English speakers.
The other day an Alsatian ran across the fields and bit Fido on the leg.
In her last chapter she examines French and Alsatian reactions to Nazism, resistance, and French women's enfranchisement.
REPORTS that a 49-year-old mother died after being attacked by her pet Alsatian have been ruled out by police.
The Strasbourg versus Brussels debate also resurfaced with the proposed purchase of Building B' in the Alsatian city.