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dun

a coat color, generally a yellow varying from gray-yellow to light yellow, always with a brown stripe from the wither to the tail butt.
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Dunning admits the party went on into the early hours but insists she did not drink much and the only contact she had with the boy was when he helped remove broken glass from her foot.
Dunning said he fought back in retaliation - apparently unaware he was still holding the knife -and the couple threw several punches at each other.
Semi-finals: Radcliffe 20 Dunning 21, Buckley 21 Lockwood 15.
Link says that he and Dunning looked at the films they were distributing and figured, "We can make one of these.
Founded by Toronto native Ralph Dunning and known for its clean and sophisticated aesthetic, Dunning Golf is a premium brand of high performance golf clothing distributed through prestigious green grass golf shops and select specialty stores.
Dunning, a father-of-two, said: "It's my fault but I didn't mean to do it.
Dunning and Valdez also help the children with past school records and immunizations.
DALLAS, June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Lockton Dunning Benefits today announced the arrival of several benefits experts to the Dallas-based health and welfare consulting company signifying continued growth and crucial positioning in anticipation of health care reform.
She proudly dressed each one of her five children in it when their turn came, including Nana Jean Dunning who inherited the gown.
Dunning, who had been previously treated for a blood clot and wore compression stockings as a preventive measure, complained to Dr.
Glen Dunning accepted the position of director and corporate secretary effective April 1, 2000.
The Dunning award, named for former APhA leader and pharmaceutical industry executive Henry Armitt Brown Dunning, was established in 1983 to recognize exemplary contributions to the practice of pharmacy by a pharmaceutical manufacturer or provider of support products and services.