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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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And the brass neck of politician/professional Hearts fan George Foulkes reached new levels this week after he claimed that Romanov was a disgrace and he was now reaping what he had sown.
CONTACT: about what is required by law and how it relates to your insurance rate contact: Lee Romanov, President, InsuranceHoltine.
A proposed Romanov menu has three entrees carved at tableside: whole roast duck ($26), whole baked pheasant ($30) and dry aged prime rib ($29 and $32).
Vladimir Romanov and the club's management felt that something had to be done quickly.
Earl is class, but rugged Romanov may possess the weaponry and to get the job done, although it is worth looking around to see if better value emerges today.
We've talked about Mr Romanov arriving like a knight in shining armour last season when we thought Tynecastle was going to be sold but we need to know why we have lost a manager, a chairman and a chief executive in the last week or so.
Foulkes said: "I brought in Vladimir Romanov and I am very much regretting that now.
Yet the Russian Federation government and the Russian Orthodox Church, which is considering canonizing the entire Romanov family, demanded further proof.
FORMER Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov has been found alive and well in Moscow after reports he had fled Europe.
HEARTS boss Vladimir Romanov has waltzed his way into the final of the Lithuanian version of Strictly Come Dancing.