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roan

1. (of a horse) having a bay (red roan), chestnut (strawberry roan), or black (blue roan) coat sprinkled with white hairs
2. a horse having such a coat
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Tracey Roan said: "We are very much keen supporters of putting agricultural learning back into schools and this initiative is a great way to doing this.
I just love the attitude of God's Own in the Old Roan and I'll go with him
A betrayal by one of the senator's team leaves Roan and Barnes on the streets of Washington DC at the height of the Purge.
The sheriff put Roan under a supervision order and told him to return to court in six months for a progress report.
However, Pauling yesterday tweeted: "unfortunately Kauto Stone won't line up for the Old Roan Chase after picking up a knock at home.
De momento, sus unicos amores son sus tres hijos: Roan, Laird y Quinn, de 14, 9 y 8 anos respectivamente.
Both reports came from the upper Roan Creek drainage, approximately 45 km north of Grand Junction, Colorado.
com)-- Roan, a southern luxury boutique located in Richmond, Virginia, realized that they had something special when they decided to bring the Roan experience global with their new e-commerce site, roanshop.
Kas has appointed Steve Roan as vice president of sales and marketing, reporting to Rao Yarlagadda, president.
To this end, Martin Roan was pushed into midfield, with youngster Ashley Chivers coming on at left back.
City announced that the BBC's Dan Roan, who conducted the interview, had been banned from the club.
Jeanette Roan insightfully traces change and continuity in American cinematic representations of Asia in this intriguing book, which will be of interest to scholars in film studies, history, and Asian-American studies as well as those researchers, scattered across multiple disciplines, who investigate the ways in which travel and its resulting cultural products shape perceptions of the national and the foreign.