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coon

see raccoon.

coon foot
conformation defect in a horse in which the pastern is too long and sloping.
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Senator Coons concluded the first session by discussing the joint Toomy-Coons NICS Denial Notification Act that would require federal authorities to alert state law enforcement within 24 hours when individuals lie and try to purchase firearms.
Coons, who has 34 years of banking experience in New Mexico, has held roles as a regional president, a Community Bank president and a multi-state Commercial Banking manager over the past 18 years.
Coon songs in the late 1890s often were associated with cakewalks and ragtime, and shortly before World War I ragtime was itself associated with jazz and, to some extent, with blues.
He was convicted in the murders of Coons and Cruz and sentenced to death in 1998.
Coons brings over 40 years of experience in programing, planning and designing a broad range of projects for private, public and corporate clients across the United States.
Coons began playing Astrojax, which is essentially three balls on a string.
Coons is running against tea party-backed Republican Christine O'Donnell and enjoys a big lead in recent polls.
Ms Coons says that Americans are much more ignorant of Arab culture than vice-versa.
David has always set high goals for himself, but never did we dream he'd make Eagle this soon,'' said his father, Ron Coons.
The incident occurred when Corona and Coons took the inmate to a medical center for an MRI.
See Donald Bogle, Toms, Coons, Mulattoes, Mammies, & Bucks' An Interpretive History of Blacks in American Films (New York, 1989).
The Colored Museum is, of course, set in a museum and leads us on a tour of exhibits, whereas Michael Henry Brown's King of Coons, though cinematic in scope, is placed in Hollywood.