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Romanov

a breed of sheep maintained for their carpetwool and pelt. Gray with black head and legs, white face stripe and feet. May be horned or polled.
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Romanov sheep. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Romanov made no mention of Hearts – the club he left teetering on the brink or relegation with debts of more than PS25million.
Today, the file of the 1937 case against Michael Ivanovich Romanov is stored in the FSB archive in Russia's Arkhangel'sk region.
Romanov said: "As soon as Hearts moved closer to the third spot the monkeys start to squeal, lie and create conspiracy plots.
Firstly, let's not forget Romanov, pictured right, was welcomed with open arms by the Gorgie fans almost to a man.
Romanov has been invited to appear on the programme, but has yet to commit himself to the full series.
With obvious facade changes denoting its Russian theme, Romanov will present upscale dining and entertainment by modern Russian musical and dance acts.
It was another day of high drama at Tynecastle as Hearts chairman Roman Romanov fired a parting shot at Rix.
Asked about the legal situation with Anderton, Romanov replied: "That is a personal matter for Phil Anderton.
Then again, Earl, the British and Commonwealth champ, can be encouraged that he twice took less time to see off Steve Murray than Romanov did.
Foulkes said: "I brought in Vladimir Romanov and I am very much regretting that now.
After Foulkes followed Anderton out, Romanov immediately installed his son, Roman Romanov, into both posts.