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SNP(6223 (G [right arrow] A)), which was identified as a QTN (quantitative trait nucleotide) located in myostatin 3'UTR and reported in Texel sheep by Clop et al.
We could end up with The Forsythe Saga meets Upstairs Downstairs - lots of intense dialogue in a Morningside drawing room with the clop of horse and carriage on the cobbles outside.
The clop of the horse's hooves and the call of his trade.
Patsy does all my clopping, I'm certainly not going to clop myself.
IN STEP Dancing on the street in Ballycastle SWEET TREAT Child gets a first look at yellow man CLOP TOIT A lad takes to the street on horseback yesterday
Prison Officers' Association national spokesman Glyn Travis said: "Prison boots make a clippety clop noise as officers move around and disturb prisoners sleeping.
And the only sound to break the silence is a clip- clop of horses going past from the stables down the road.
It's not unusual to wake up to the crow of a rooster or wake up at midnight to the clop of a horse going down to 7-Eleven.
But silence reigned, seldom broken by more than the clop of hooves and the bell's sad call.
The format is simple - if it purrs, barks, hops or clops, and doesn't have a home, Steve, Noel and Kate give it a shout out, calling on the nation to give it a loving home.
Among such award-winning toys are Eye Clops, a digital microscope that projects magnified images on a television screen and Mugen Puchipuchi, a toy that enables one to feel the joy of bubble-wrap popping.
The soloing front line has a headlong pushiness, delivering substantial statements in relay form, driven by the creative rolls, tumbles and clops of drummer Gordon Pettit.
The products, which will be marketed by Selfridges and other leading stores, include security features such as anti-slash materials, cut-proof straps, combination lock clops and personal alarms.
My Little Pony Sharon (above) clip clops back for her mother's funeral - into the arms of a welcoming Phil and into the fire of Peggy, the pint-sized dragon.