briard


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old French breed of large strong usually black dogs having a long tail and long wavy and slightly stiff coat

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Briard also discussed Knauf's own products, including the firm's Ecosse technology - the first glass wool insulation product to be made which replaced harmful Formaldehyde binders with a greener product made from plant starch.
The Huelva assemblage, which includes almost half of ali the Late Bronze Age swords found in the Iberian Peninsula, has also been the subject of a recent major study led by Ruiz-Galvez; further, Burgess and Colquhoun published a fundamental study of British swords in 1998, and research on carp's tongue swords and Central Mediterranean finds has benefited from the contributions of Briard and Lo Schiavo.
Belle - a pedigree Briard - looks the picture of health with new owner Olivia Andringa, 11.
But the reputation of the mineral springs was greatly enhanced in 1773 when a French farmer, Monsieur Briard, discovered that the mineral waters from the springs were also good for the outside of the body as well as the inside.
It was a rare but successful directorial outing for Weihrauch, a lawyer, theater lover, and, appropriately enough, a dog lover who had been president of the Briard Club of America.
More than 20 unusual dogs were showcased including an affenpinscher, a Portuguese podengo, a basenji, a deer hound, a briard and a Pyraneean sheep dog.
Farriaux JP, Vidailhet M, Briard ML, Belot V, Dhondt JL.
The important thing is that her husband and their two Briard dogs, Dudley and Nikki, are fine, she said.
See for example Martine Bulard, "Vers une selection genetique des assures" (juin 1999) L'usine nouvelle Biotech 26; Marie-Louise Briard, "Encadrement de la genetique en France" (2001) 34 Actualite et dossier en sante publique 38, online: Haut Comite de la sante publique <http://hcsp.
NEW YORK-Georges Briard, a well-known designer who influenced the home furnishings industry, died here on July 30.
There ought not to be any room in the church for colour distinctions," said Briard.
Rescue centre staff named him Chew-bark-a after spotting the similarity between the 18-month-old Briard cross and the Wookie who appears in new blockbuster, The Revenge Of The Sith.
FLORENCE - Nemo, the golden-haired briard, stands out from his fellow residents at the Florence Area Humane Society.
He is an avid golfer, breeder of Briard show dogs and a bird hunter.
Le Briard Light yoghurt is sold in little glass pots with a seal that proclaims a complete lack of fat and sugar, and the presence of at least 10% fruit.