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My own daily dose of exasperation and humiliation comes courtesy of Bandit, a three-year-old Dalmatian.
Recently, however, the King of Hungary had been inciting rebellion in the Dalmatian towns, offering them his protection.
The marble the US built the White House with comes from the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia.
Like many who fled Vukovar, both girls found themselves on the Dalmatian coast, once home to Croatia's famed resorts.
He is a Dalmatian, a native of the island of Brac, and he did not enjoy what we might term a normal childhood.
This inspired Jack and Harry Bagust, brothers from the Sydney area, to breed one of these hybrids to a Dalmatian imported from Great Britain.
Unlike the symmetrical spots of the Dalmatian, the patches are jagged and irregular.
And long romps with Pongo, the resident Dalmatian turn the haven into a dog lover's paradise.
One must remember that the Dalmatian was bred to run with horse and carriage.
Can you talk me through the Kelly chicken breast with pigeon peas, cubeb berries and Dalmatian sage?
Slavic peoples migrated into the Balkans and along the Dalmatian coast in the sixth century.
From Dubrovnik you can catch a hydrofoil to the most delightful of all Dalmatian resorts, the medieval capital of the island of Hvar.
Local Dalmatian sandy limestone clads the in-situ structure, the stone cut smooth in contrast to the rough city wall across the new alley.
In Dalmatian folk belief, for example, a girl born in a red caul became a morica when she grew up, and when she married she became a witch.
The award was a small wheel of Camembert on a ribbon the Dalmatian proudly wore around his neck the rest of the evening.
He walks a Dalmatian down the street and carries a black-and-white spotted banner in a parody of identity and affiliation.
The family dog Jasper, a brown spotted Dalmatian, strained at his lead as master and family passed by.
Vet of the Year award went to Paul Harris, of Thirsk, who was nominated by Dalmatian breeder Chris Pickup.
But in the painting, because this is a Thomas Kinkade piece, spotty looks like a sweet little Dalmatian.
The Dalmatian riviera in Croatia is fast becoming the place to be seen.
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Fiona was shipped over from the US last summer and is descended from a dalmatian and a pointer.
It is otherwise with the Dalmatian and Albanian possessions of the Republic.
The reign of Augustus is signalized by the Dalmatian and Pannonian triumphs.
Of all Dalmatian cities, Ragusa is the proudest, even as it is the poorest.
They are also taken on the Dalmatian coast, and in the neighbourhood of Ragusa.
I have loved you in secret from the day when I set eyes on you in the Dalmatian convent.
His ears are for the most part white, while those of the Dalmatian are usually black.
There was also a feeling that the Dalmatian forests were a source of pride to the people.
It was doubtful whether she was really, what she called herself, a Dalmatian lady.
After beginning with dramatic Modern Greek and Dalmatian drama.
She wore a long Dalmatian capote with the hood drawn over her head.
In this way he saved a great many of the Dalmatian intelligentsia.
Dalmatian has a marquee portfolio of licenses as well as a strong non-branded product line dominated by activity-based items.
Dear Customers,It is with great regret that Dalmatian has made the decision to stop selling its tickets due to one of its investors leaving the company.
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