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Hereford

a breed of beef cattle, red with white head, underline and legs. There are polled and horned varieties.
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Hereford beef bull. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992

Hereford encephalopathy-microphthalmia syndrome
originally called inherited hydrocephalus. Inherited as a single autosomal recessive. Characterized by a domed skull, skeletal muscle degeneration, small palpebral fissures and orbits, retinal dysplasia, vitreous liquefaction, uveal malformation, microphakia, bilateral microphthalmia.
Hereford pig
red pig with white head, legs, belly and tail, originating in the USA.
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The Hereford Journal reported that "the betting fraternity from London, Leeds, Birmingham, and other centres of sin, were in great force noisly offering their odds" and went on to say "all the hangers-on were amongst the throng, the light-fingered gentry being by no means absent as the watches stolen during the day testi-fied".
A statement released by the FA said: "Having failed to comply with the orders of the Independent Regulatory Commission, both Hereford United and Alan McCarthy are suspended from all football and football activity with immediate effect.
Plans were drastically changed - and David found himself going home with a much lighter wallet and as the proud owner of the top Hereford bull in Northern Ireland.
Hereford had their moments as the half progressed with Michael Rankine and Jon Brown testing home keeper Alan Julian.
Hereford tells of practicing medicine during segregation, in which Black physicians had hospital privileges solely on Colored wings.
While those hoping to save Hereford have said the indications from the BHA are that there might be a dozen fixtures available to them in 2014, that is not necessarily the case.
Instead it was Hereford who might have won but Spanish striker Guillermo Bauza fluffed a penalty shortly before half time and was denied by two brilliant second-half saves from Vale keeper Stuart Tomlinson.
The Southend gaffer said: "It was a strange game as I think we have played better in the last two games than we did against Hereford and we lost both of them.
Hereford defended their title, with York in second place.
The All Saints Choirs also sang at two services at Hereford Cathedral.
Another fine save from Esson kept out Danny North's close-range shot before Hereford extended their lead four minutes before the break.
It was always going to be difficult against Hereford who play good football,"

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