Abyssinian


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  • noun

Synonyms for Abyssinian

a small slender short-haired breed of African origin having brownish fur with a reddish undercoat

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Caption: Comparison of DNA from Cinnamon, a female Abyssinian cat that lived at the University of Missouri, with DNA from other domestic and wild cats has revealed how domestication shaped cats' genes.
BRP Development Corporation purchased the site from Abyssinian Development Corporation, the development arm of the Abyssinian Baptist Church, and will build the new facility named the Renny after the historic ballroom.
Precious oils have long played an important role in this process and Clariant's latest offering, Plantasens Abyssinian Oil, unfolds a treasure trove of beauty benefits.
This year, the U R Curly Soya Shampoo received Best Shampoo, (Type 2s) and the NEW U R Curly Abyssinian Oil received Best Hair Oil (Type 4s)
then the prominent pastor of Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, was one of the most powerful African Americans in the nation at that time, but probably did not expect to come into contact with one Deitrich Bonhoeffer, then a Lutheran German visiting on a post-graduate fellowship at nearby Union Theological Seminary.
Which pets can be Peruvian, Abyssinian or Himalayan?
As the authors of Abyssinian Christianity conclude, "the promotion of the new faith developed into the single point of personal and public identification and unity for Abyssinians.
My own cat, an Abyssinian, is extremely curious and wants to be involved in anything I'm doing.
NEW YORK -- In a remarkable display of community and commitment to youth ministry, the historic Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem posted the $25,000 bail for Afrika Owes, a young woman who had been nurtured by the church but who got caught up in neighborhood gang life.
Dennis and his Abyssinian wire-haired tripehound Gnasher will be meeting, greeting and saving the day when it comes to feeding the most powerful leader in the Western world.
Referenced entries covering about 200 dog breeds from Aberdeen terrier to Yorkshire terrier, and 31 cat breeds from Abyssinian to Tonkinese, list the type of conditions to which each is most prone (e.
He was born in 1908, the same year his father left New Haven's Immanuel Baptist Church to pastor the Abyssinian Baptist Church, founded a century earlier.
Today the 11-year-old regularly competes and wins on the cat show circuit, where she not only looks judges in the eye, but speaks easily about the characteristics of Night Star, her prized Abyssinian cat.
Honey is a smooth coated female guinea pig and Shadow is a castrated Abyssinian male.
The Gras became the most common rifle in Abyssinian service and remained in use until the 1940s.