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roaring

1. Vet a debilitating breathing defect of horses characterized by rasping sounds with each breath: caused by inflammation of the respiratory tract or obstruction of the larynx
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In addition, the company proposes to relocate the sheeting operations to an Appvion-operated facility near the Roaring Spring mill.
Roaring Forte failed to sell at the Meydan horses In Training auction in February 2012 when consigned from Satish Seemar's yard, and he has been with his new trainer for just over two years.
REVIEW The Roaring Girl THE SWAN THEATRE, RSC, STRATFORD-UPON-AVON HOW refreshing it is to see a funny, feisty and fearless heroine swinging from the chandeliers in The Swan - especially one written about in the early 1600s.
While other films die at the box office after four weeks run, "Dhoom 3" continues to do roaring business in Pakistan.
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Roaring Dan first appeared near the Great Lakes in the 1880s at the railhead at Middle Inlet, Wisconsin.
The study of lion and tiger vocal folds and how they produce roaring -- vocalizations used by big cats to claim their territory -- was set for publication on Nov.
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HARTSDALE, NY -- Roaring Brook Art proudly announces the "Freedom & Liberty Collection.
Frogs in roaring streams use ultrasonic calls" (SN: 3/18/06 p.
The areas first real boom got rolling in the Mafia-fueled Roaring Twenties, and all those sophisticated art deco buildings of the 1930s were built for a Jewish clientele driven uptown.