Galloway


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Galloway

a polled, black-brown breed of dairy cattle originating in Scotland.
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Galloway beef bull. By permission from SambrausHH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992

Galloway pony
a now extinct Scottish pony. Nowadays the term is used to identify a show class of pony which is greater than 14 hands high but not more than 14.2 hands high.
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Galloway learned of the honor in a surprise, schoolwide assembly on Wednesday - her 18th birthday.
To prevent bed wetting, Galloway recommends having residents lie with their legs elevated before bedtime, then be encouraged to void before going to sleep.
Galloway muscles painting right past the myth of its irrelevance and into a familiar, consumer-based sublime that plays on every screen in America.
Galloway joined US Synthetic in October 1997 as a mechanical engineer and managed the company's product testing facilities.
undisclosed fee based on how Zimbabwe-born Galloway action with his new club as Zimbabwe-born Galloway (right) went straight into action with his new club as he played at centre-back for Everton's Under-21s in their 1-1 draw at Leeds United yesterday.
The grandmother later said she was now scared to stay in alone and wanted Galloway banned from going near her home.
Barton said he admires Galloway but couldn't help poking fun at his stint on Celebrity Big Brother, in which he wore a catsuit and pretended to eat out of actress Rula Lenska's hand.
For example, though he now seeks to deny it, earlier Galloway had been a supporter of Saddam Hussein, and a strong foe of Western sanctions against a regime that ranked second to none in its record of human rights abuse.
Galloway was limited to nine games due to a foot injury, and then, adding insult to the equation, was unceremoniously phased out of the offense by the Buccaneers.
Mr Ian Smith, coroner for South Cumbria, said that it was not clear if Mr Galloway had been aware of the consequences of his actions and a post mortem found that alcohol could also have impaired his judgement.
Gordon Galloway had to be dragged away by police after he confronted Father Gerry Bogan on the steps of St Ninian's Church.