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None were keener in pursuit of this kind of game than M'Dougal and David Stuart; the latter was reminded of aquatic sports on the coast of Labrador, and his hunting exploits in the Northwest.
This Labrador seems a quiet place," he resumed at last.
A third-rate sun, with its rag tag and bobtail of insignificant satellites, we float under the same daily conditions towards some unknown end, some squalid catastrophe which will overwhelm us at the ultimate confines of space, where we are swept over an etheric Niagara or dashed upon some unthinkable Labrador.
26, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Once again, the Labrador Retriever took the top spot in the American Kennel Club's (AKC[sup.
Donald, from Drumlemble, Argyll, said: "I have been unable to find a record of any other labrador in Britain that has had 15 puppies.
Victim recovery/blood detection - Labrador or English springer Spaniel
Raised in Carolina, Puerto Rico by a single mother, Labrador worked his way from poverty to law school and from the state legislature to Congress.
I have spent many hours researching the history because of all the controversy of the pointing Labrador and to be misquoted in a national publication could be very damaging to our reputation and the APLA.
associate Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Limited (TSX: LIM) has
THERAPY: Lovebirds Itchy and Scratchy, above, with Kelly Dodds of Ayresome Court and Nathan Fionda-Porter and, left, Jean and Arthur Sturman, with Pip the Labrador and Tricia Hopper at Cleveland View
Settlement, Subsistence and Change Among the Labrador Inuit: The Nunatsiavumrniut Experience" by the editorial team of David C.
Labrador Iron Mines Holdings (LIM), a 41%-owned associate of Anglesey Mining, has entered into the life of mine contract with Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway Company (QNS&L), a subsidiary of the Iron Ore Company of Canada.
The site provides reviews Labrador training materials and products such as collars and kennels.
We have never ceded our rights in Labrador, and we demand to be consulted," said Chief Real McKenzie, spokesperson for the Innu Strategic Alliance representing five Innu communities--a total of 12,000 people, 70 per cent of the Innu living in Quebec.
Her writings were published in serial form between 1894 and 1895 in the Evening Herald, a St John's newspaper, under the title Sketches of Labrador Life by a Labrador Woman.