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medium-sized glossy-coated hounds developed for hunting foxes

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Production of the Foxhound is already well underway at our special vehicle production facility where we have commissioned a dedicated production line for this purpose, added Ricardo director of manufacturing operations Mark Barge.
MoD boost for firm The MoD is investing PS46 million in acquiring fifty-one new Foxhound patrol vehicles for soldiers serving on the frontline in Afghanistan in a major boost for Midland industry.
Being lighter and smaller than other protected vehicles such as Mastiff and Ridgeback, Foxhound brings a whole new capability to the Army and is ideal for soldiers operating in mentoring and partnering roles as it makes it easier for them to engage with Afghan National Security Forces and the local Afghan population.
The Foxhound vehicles have enhancements, including a V-shaped hull, to ensure they offer protection against the bombs which have been a common tactic of Taliban fighters.
However, sporadic cases of leishmaniasis have been reported in foxhounds and dogs of other breeds with no history of travel to areas where leishmaniasis was enzootic, and the origin of these infections remains unknown (7, 8).
In 1770, Washington imported a number of hounds from England and in 1785, he received a number of French foxhounds from the Marquis de Lafayette.
The masters were totally unaware of the alleged breach of the rules of the Masters of Foxhounds Association.
A similar bill was defeated in the California Senate last year, but only after a lobbying campaign by the Wildlife Legislative Fund of America and The Masters of Foxhounds Association, a sportsman's group that organized against the legislation.
The attack happened during a pre-season cub hunt in which young foxhounds are trained to track quarry as a pack.
The film, The Foxhounds, is based on current New York Times bestseller No One Would Listen: A True Financial Thriller, written by Markopolos.
Alongside classes for Blackface, Swaledale, Bluefaced and Mules, there were sections for foxhounds, terriers, collies and gun dogs, as well as contests to find the most creative walking sticks, baking, crafts and flowers, and photography.
and Canada recognized by the Masters of Foxhounds Association of America, the sport's governing body.
The contract boosts the total fleet of Foxhounds awarded to this subsidiary to 376 vehicles.
The first Foxhounds were deployed to Afghanistan earlier this year and are now being used by soldiers who are mentoring and partnering with the Afghan National Security Forces.
An original pounds 180million contract for 200 Foxhounds was announced last year and the first vehicles are due to be delivered for training next month.