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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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I am convinced that he will make a comeback just like in the past when he's come through for Pakistan with a big innings when his team needed it most," he said.
I am looking at taking one step at a time and IPL is the first step towards a comeback," he said.
We asked at Radio Deeside: What's been the best band comeback in the last 10 years?
He said: "Dave will enter the ring on Saturday afternoon, which allows us all to watch Ricky's comeback on TV at our after fight party.
But if this comeback is going to go how I want it to then I have to change.
What age was he when he beat Michael Moorer on his comeback to win another and become boxing's oldest ever heavyweight champion?
He made comeback after comeback to win the European Cup twice with Notts Forest.
But there will be no England comeback for me in the final Ashes Test.
In comparison, their comeback rivals Take That have been selling out stadiums across the country.
I Love This Game by Sabine Auken (the world ranked number best woman bridge player) is the exclusive story and instructional telling of the author's miraculous comeback for Germany in the 2001 Venice Cup for bridge.
The fact that financial firms are driving the comeback is a good a sign for continued improvement.
After more than 12 years in retirement, Olivares, 53, made a successful comeback by winning at Del Mar aboard Tacticalfortyniner, a horse he trained before giving up his small public stable to begin riding again.