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wheaten

a pale yellow or fawn coat color.

wheaten terrier
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She said that Wheaten Terriers are so placid that they are often used on stage in musicals.
In a slightly revised version of his 2009 doctoral dissertation at Wheaten College, Mihalios (New Testament, Greek Bible College, Greece) demonstrates how the eschatology of the Old Testament Book of Daniel influenced the notion of the hour the coming of which no one knows in the Gospel of John.
These plants have special shape and form that is called wheaten mode (gramini form).
Gluten is the natural protein material which gives wheaten flour ability to make leavened bread and baked products, but during milling process must prevent water absorption in gluten.
Buster, who is six, is a rare breed called a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier.
There is a choice between wheaten bread and soda bread, both fresh from the chef's oven.
National Trust Barm Bread, the traditional wheaten bread of England, is made with beer produced from hops grown in the Scotney Castle hop garden in Kent, owned by the Trust.
Though Dave, who has two horses, Roxy and Henry, two soft-coated Wheaten terriers, Bailey and Harley, and a rabbit called Sooty, speaks passionately of his love for the city, he is realistic about the fragility of a football manager's job.
Her first experience came with Mysti, the family's wheaten terrier, who is now 9 years old and is the retired house dog.
by Ormo' brand utilises the Ormo heritage of traditional wheaten breads with a range that carries an indulgent or health twist to deliver a premium product and take Ormo to a wider audience.
However it is more likely that it is derived from the Latin word simila, meaning fine, wheaten flour with which the cakes are made.