dachshund

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Synonyms for dachshund

small long-bodied short-legged German breed of dog having a short sleek coat and long drooping ears

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The renovated park will feature dog-friendly turf and a Beneful Doxie Tunnel in addition to other improvements for local St.
220) Remarkably, the DNA profiles from the rapes for which both Whitfield and Ruffin had been wrongfully convicted matched the profile of the same man: Aaron Doxie, III.
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The Armenante site will offer the iPad and iPhone scanner from the company Doxie, this scanner is as good as it gets for scanning documents on the go.
And it was a sparse field, except for 8-year-old Ruby, a Cottage Grove doxie put through her paces by owner Andrea Hummel.
Julius Ruffin was convicted of a 1984 rape, and was exonerated when DNA tests in 2002 excluded him and pointed to a convicted rapist, Aaron Doxie III, as the perpetrator.
To further elucidate the possible mediating effect of parental overprotection, Jacquelyn Doxie and associates assessed 63 children and adolescents from 7 to 16 years old.
Doxie Jordan, MBA: I have been in the industry for 12 years, and during that time I have seen the landscape change in the legal and regulatory arenas.
During the week, there are even group dates for certain breeds, so the dachshunds can get together while their owners swap doxie stories.