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Comeback

Australian breed of wool sheep, bred by crossing Merino with Corriedale, Polwarth or Zenith sheep; wool is 21 to 25 microns. It is a registered breed, but the term is more commonly used in the sense of a type of sheep produced by crossbreeding a crossbred Merino back to Merino.
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Begun in 1984 by former San Diego Charger place-kicker and ulcerative colitis patient Rolf Benirschke, Great Comebacks provides hope, inspiration and education to support patients and their families.
I have seen comebacks like that in football but never against a team that so clearly was superior as Milan were.
More than three-quarters of the 1600 people surveyed wanted to see more comebacks.
New Orleans Saints Comeback welcome gift pack features a Saints cap, t-shirt, roasted peanuts and soft drinks
15 /PRNewswire/ -- The Great Comebacks Program announced today the 2010 regional awards recipients.
And fans at the opening of their comeback gigs in Belfast on Sunday night were thrilled when they went topless on stage and danced around on treadmills during the Going Gets Tough.
However it seems to be the case in point - as happened with my comeback last October - that the authorities and people involved seem to question how a jockey overcoming a long absence can return and ride a winner.
This was not an easy victory by any means, but I'm happy with the way I hung tough this week," said Bjorn, who tied a European Tour record set in 1975 for largest comeback after the opening round and also bounced back from two heartbreaking defeats on Irish soil.
The band announced their comeback on board HMS Belfast on the River Thames, 30 years after they first got together at school in north London.
And fans at the opening of their comeback gig in Belfast on Sunday night were thrilled when they went topless on stage and danced around on treadmills during The Going Gets Tough.
Now, Olson is the comeback kid, a clutch performer who is at his best in the fourth quarter.
Latin America has staged something of a comeback as an emerging market that was previously overshadowed by the explosive growth of China, and the enlargement of the European Union into Central Europe.