Foxhound


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Foxhound

a medium- to large-sized muscular dog with pendulous ears, long tapered tail and short coat, in the usual hound colors of black, brown and white. The ears are traditionally shortened surgically by several inches ('rounding'). English and American varieties are recognized as separate breeds in the United States. The American variety is leggier and lighter in weight.
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A Foxhound Light Protected Patrol Vehicle in Afghanistan: the MoD has announced a PS46million contract to buy 51 of the vehicles, which have enhanced protection against roadside bombs
Production of the Foxhound is already well underway at our special vehicle production facility where we have commissioned a dedicated production line for this purpose, added Ricardo director of manufacturing operations Mark Barge.
The Foxhound is the first ever British designed and built protected patrol vehicle to include a fully composite pod to protect its occupants.
minister of defense, said, I was pleased to meet with employees at General Dynamics Force Protection who have helped make Foxhound a real procurement success story, taking only 40 months to develop it from the initial design to deployment in Afghanistan.
The Foxhound with Honeywell s Spectra Shield materials underwent more than 12 months of rigorous blast and mobility testing before being chosen by the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence.
Let me make it clear the Pennine Foxhound are people who pay a small amount of money to hunt.
Maybe someone can explain the difference as it appears to me foxhounds work at least as hard as any other breed.
He unsuccessfully called for a condition limiting the use of the incinerator to the Nantcol Valley Foxhounds and, if the kennels closed, a new application.
THE emotive piece on the future of foxhounds (''We'll Shoot Our Hounds'', Daily Post, November 20) raises a very important question: is it ethical for the hunts to destroy their hounds en masse, when evidence suggests there is a future for them?
In the Lakes it is the custom for the working hounds of the foxhound packs to "go out to walk" during the summer.
An 11-month-old foxhound was caused weeks of suffering by a hunt master, a court heard yesterday.
The son of Foxhound returns after a lengthy absence, and has won only twice from 21 starts.