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bronco:

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[Sp. mesteño=a stray], small feral horse of the W United States. Mustangs are descended from escaped Native American horses, which in turn were descended from horses of North African blood, brought to the New World by the Spanish c.1500.
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bronco

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(in the US and Canada) a wild or partially tamed pony or mustang of the western plains
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If your broncho failed to break away from the wagon during the first hour, he would very likely settle down and accept his fate but if, by any chance, he managed to get clear of the wagon, you could expect much more trouble from him at the second attempt.
The day after the cartoon appeared, Christina Broncho and her friend Kristy Broncho led a delegation of Native American students into the campus newspaper office to protest the publication of the cartoon.
Contractor address : Broncho Company Dba Electric Power Door Duns: 161963061 522 West 27Th Streethibbing Mn 55746
The ball will include a coconut shy, a tin can alley, a photo booth and a bucking broncho.
Broncho pneumonia and a blood clot on the lungs also contributed to Mr Goring's death.
I broke my sternum and punctured a lung in a fall at Market Rasen in July," said the rider, whose mount was left in front when Brave Broncho and Timmy Murphy took a crashing fall when just in front at the last.
His historical fiction includes Broncho Apache (1936), Jubal Troop (1939), Angel with Spurs (1942), The Bowl of Brass (1944), The Walls of Jericho (1947), The Chain (1949), The Iron Mistress (1951), The Comancheros (1952), and The Female (1953).
Tenders are invited for Processing Of Broncho Fiberscope Against Buy Back
Coroner Christopher Sumner concluded death was from natural causes as a result of septicaemia due to broncho pneumonia, brought on by influenza with asthma a contributing factor.
Morriston Hospital pathologist Dr Ciaran O'Brien explained to the inquest at Swansea's Guildhall yesterday that Mr Samuel finally died of broncho pneumonia, but it was a consequence of the multiple injuries, including brain and lung damage, he suffered in the fall.
Secure your tickets now on 0870 062 1902 The atmosphere will be electric, with a bucking broncho, dancers and Wild West theme, so don't miss this chance to support the Bears and enjoy a great day out at Edgbaston.
Peter Monteith, trainer of Cantgeton and Brave Broncho