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Synonyms for pedigreed

having a list of ancestors as proof of being a purebred animal

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There are a lot more animals on the streets, people are importing more animals from abroad and now people can buy pedigreed animals from markets.
The surgeon, who was highly pedigreed and possibly German, assured us with a nonchalance bordering on arrogance that a second operation should work.
Even though Chappell believes that England is favoured to win on paper as they have more pedigreed players and Australia needs everything to go right in batting and bowling, however, he added that playing on the turf is very different from paper suggestions.
Kanfinan's textual selections--some pedigreed quotes from Eleanor Roosevelt, Gloria Steinem, Mac West, and Marilyn Monroe--ring with force; occasionally the unknown excerpt proves equally startling.
Attendees will see pedigreed cats of many different breeds including: Abyssinians, American Bobtail, American Curl, American Shorthair, American Wirehair, Balinese, Birman, Bombay, British Shorthair, Burmese, Chartreux, Colorpoint Shorthair, Cornish Rex, Devon Rex, Egyptian Mau, European Burmese, Exotic, Havana Brown, Japanese Bobtail, Javanese, Korat, Laperm, Maine Coon Cat, Manx, Norweigian Forest Cat, Ocicat, Oriental, Persian, Ragdoll, Scottish Fold, Selkirk Rex, Siamese, Siberian, Singapura, Somali, Sphynx, Tonkinese, Turkish Angora, and Turkish Van.
HAPPY HUNTING at the Blue Pineapple yields unique discoveries like this antler base side table in matte white finish ($750) styled with antique French bottles, turquoise accessories (from $58) and an eclectic treasure trove of vintage pieces and pedigreed antiques hand-picked by Barbara and Peter Matson during buying trips abroad.
It is genuinely sad and somewhat shocking to think that such a pedigreed firm wasn't able to keep itself afloat in these rocky financial times, and they aren't the only ones in that particular boat either.
Summary: DUBAI -- Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited (IL&FS), a pedigreed Indian Institution with a mandate to sponsor, develop and commercialise Infrastructure projects and provide value added financial services, has opened its third international office and it's first in the region, at DIFC in Dubai.
When he moves with his family to a new neighbourhood, the dog finds that fitting in with his new fourlegged - and pedigreed - friends isn't easy.
Nonobjective compositions abet this, no doubt, a truism with a pedigreed history of its own (the abstract has long threatened to descend into--or become indistinguishable from--the ornamental or the decorative).
Despite The Florida Bar's press release, the general public is very hip to the common sense notion that attorney self-regulation makes it far too tempting for high pedigreed lawyers like Rothstein to pull off the type of mega-scams the Bar calls a "rare circumstance.
This sport is very crucial to us as it is an ancient sport and showcases our long association with rare pedigreed horses.
James Lansill of the Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group says that in the coverage of the current climate, analysts tend to lump together homes with subprime mortgages and pedigreed co-ops as if they were all part of the same market.
The Gallants, longtime dog breeders, competitors and judges, compare the world of the modern pedigreed dog with that of dogs indigenous to South Africa.
RIYADH: A Saudi showed dogged persistence in trying to find his pedigreed pet that had been stolen from his home.