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Comeback

Australian breed of wool sheep, bred by crossing Merino with Corriedale, Polwarth or Zenith sheep; wool is 21 to 25 microns. It is a registered breed, but the term is more commonly used in the sense of a type of sheep produced by crossbreeding a crossbred Merino back to Merino.
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Buckner, who reenacts his historical 'moment' from the 1986 World Series game in The Comebacks, will appear on ESPN's "Hot Seat" on Wednesday, October 17th.
MAGIC JOHNSON: Two failed comebacks, first after being diagnosed as HIV positive, and again in 1996.
JOE BUGNER THE one-time heavyweight boxing champ had several comeback attempts long after he was past his prime.
By sharing their stories, Great Comebacks recipients provide support and encouragement to millions of patients affected by these debilitating conditions or facing ostomy surgery," said Rolf Benirschke, former San Diego Chargers place-kicker, ulcerative colitis patient and chairman of the Great Comebacks Program.
The Ina Brudnick Award winners also are joined by three young people recently named as the 2007 Comeback Kids.
That can work against the offensive comeback routine.
The Ina Brudnick Scholarship is an extension of the Great Comebacks Program and honors one deserving high school graduate planning to pursue a higher education with a $2,500 scholarship.
In the second game, UCLA rode the momentum from its dramatic comeback to an early 3-0 lead in the first inning on RBI singles by Jodie Legaspi and Dedmon, now an everyday player.
The 2006 Great Comebacks Program marks the first time that the annual Awards will honor recipients in each of five regions across the United States.
Other notable comebacks this year include Belle's Flag, winning the California Cup Matron five months after getting hurt at Hollywood; and Big Jag, making the Cal Cup Sprint one of four straight wins following an 18-month break.
ATHENS, Greece - In Paul Hamm, the Greeks might have found the god of comebacks.