Dalmatian


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a native or inhabitant of Dalmatia

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a large breed having a smooth white coat with black or brown spots

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Migrant theories enable new readings of female fictions of development and can be applied to Batistich's novel to produce alternative statements of the experience of growing up female and Dalmatian in troubled New Zealand.
Mixing domestic comedy with urban adventures, extreme sibling rivalry and puppy mayhem, 101 Dalmatian Street, left, explores growing up and finding your own spot within the turmoil of the biggest, will be set London messiest, furriest family.
I wanted to comment on "Guaranteed Stone-Free Dalmatians? Yes!" (WDJ June 2010).
"Our secretary remembers one Dalmatian years ago who gave birth to 19, but the average litter is about eight or nine," she said.
Her mum starred in the Disney movies 101 and 102 Dalmatians.
Spin the Dalmatian was performing a traditional role dating from the 18th and 19th centuries when dogs of the breed would accompany carriages.
If he owned a Dalmatian, the driver could sleep in a house or hotel.
Asked by prosecutor Rex Wild why she did not pick out a picture of a dalmatian in the dogalogue, she said: "I regard dalmatians as friendly, floppy eared.
But over the next few weeks, they will start Percy the Dalmatian their training to join the summer display team alongside Percy.
"I've got three dogs of my own and a little puppy who was rescued from Caerphilly Mountain at six weeks old, but I've never had a Dalmatian before.
Dalmatians often require a lot of physical and mental stimulation, so trying to entertain the dog through exercise and other games may help reduce this behaviour.
The McLeans bought Perdy in May last year, along with her sister Mia, after their previous Dalmatian Lulu died in December 2010.
In January 2010, the Kennel Club (Britain's equivalent of our American Kennel Club) accepted the registration of its first "Low Uric Acid Dalmatian" (LUA Dalmatian), despite protests from breed clubs.
CRUELLA De Vil may be their best-known nemesis, but a dalmatian's greatest enemy is actually a pain-inducing genetic defect.
TAKING 18 excited dalmatian pups for a walk can get you in a real tangle.