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walkabout

a dummy syndrome in horses; usually pyrrolizidine alkaloses caused by crotalaria poisoning. Affected horses walk compulsively, head press, appear blind and walk into objects. They do not respond to usual external stimuli or commands. Called also walkabout, Kimberley horse disease.
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The Apres bars in Solihull and Lichfield will be refurbished and re-open as Walkabouts in September in time for the Rugby World Cup after a PS1 million refit.
Minister for National Parks Steve Dickson said the master planning project had provided a clear vision to maximise the value of Walkabout Creek, including the construction of canoe launch facilities at Enoggera Reservoir.
TERMS & CONDITIONS Presentation of the voucher entitles one reader to one free small (175ml) glass of house white or house red wine or one free regular glass of draught Pepsi, Diet Pepsi or Lemonade at any Walkabout pub in the UK except for Barnsley, Doncaster, Glasgow, Covent Garden and Temple.
Presentation of the voucher entitles one reader to one free pint of Carling or one free regular glass of draught Pepsi, Diet Pepsi or Lemonade at any Walkabout pub in the UK except for Barnsley, Doncaster, Glasgow, Covent Garden and Temple .
The committee panel refused the request from Walkabout.
The Aspire Walkabout was originally a two-week service, where residents and staff could exercise at the Dome to escape the summer heat and to utilise any personal time during Ramadan.
He said the situation at Walkabout was his "number one concern".
Regent Inns have 63 bars operating as Walkabout or Jongleurs, along with 31 restaurants under the Old Orleans brand name.
Named after the rite of passage to adulthood for Australian Aboriginals, the WalkAbout program allowed student groups to walk through their communities, documenting in writing and photography the needs of residents.
The board remains confident of the ongoing prospects for Walkabout and Jongleurs.
Regent Inns, which owns the Walkabout chain, appealed against the November decision and, in a rare move, a public inquiry met yesterday to decide whether to overturn it.
Glasgow's Pavilion Theatre asked police and the licensing board to step in over violence erupting from nearby Walkabout.