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tyke

, tike
1. a dog, esp a mongrel
2. Austral slang offensive a Roman Catholic
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To counter its relative darkness, Jon and Tyke lightened the flooring, added white trim, and hung soft white curtains.
But according to police, Tyke Supanchick, 27, drove to his wife's house on Dec.
But once Tyke and his handler, PC Alex Matthewson, went to work the pair were quickly found and police seized their paint and stencils.
The 37-year-old said she didn't even realise she was close to having a seizure until Tyke alerted her.
Tyke Supanchick was being held in the Lane County Jail.
Carling Manchester Puppy Cup: 1 Fintans Vialli, 2 Full Cigar, 3 Mill Lane Tyke, 4 One Gram, 5 Lodgeview Blue (m), 6 You Go Now (m).
With the rain teeming down, the game took 10 minutes or so to settle down but the Tykes soon started to take control.
It was ve games into the term when the Tykes collected their rst win of the season, a 2-1 win success over rivals Hudderseld Town.
Since having tied with the Tykes at Headingley earlier this month, Lancashire have gone on a three-match winning streak to put themselves in pole position for a quarter-final place in the North Division, while Yorkshire have it all to do.
The Tykes went into the match with only 12 senior players and Academy youngsters.
DARLINGTON manager Simon Davey has returned to old club Barnsley to sign Jamaican international O'Neil Thompson and is hoping to add former Tykes striker Michael Coulson, writes STUART RAYNER.
YORKSHIRE'S Twenty20 Cup quarter-final against Durham was dramatically called off yesterday after allegations that the Tykes had fielded an ineligible player in an earlier match.