American bronze

American bronze, Australian bronze

domestic turkey. See bronzewing.
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More controversially, it also sells "heirloom" turkeys ($3 per pound) that are a mix of several breeds from the 1900s, including the non-APA-recognized American Bronze, a predecessor to the Broad Breasted White.
Her rivals include Olympic champion Faith Kipyegon of Kenya and American bronze medallist Jenny Simpson - as well as Northern Irish European medallist Ciara Mageean.
38, well clear of American bronze medal winner Danelle Umstead.
New York, Sept 6 ( ANI ): Olympic gymnast Danell Leyva has taken a liking to Broadway, after the American bronze medalist was left stunned by the dangerous flying stunts of 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.
Oliveira and American bronze medallist Blake Leeper, he insisted, were racing on "unfair" blades as they added four inches to their height.
Winn also sports an American Bronze Star medal which could only have been awarded for the Gulf War but no one named Winn was among the handful of recipients in 1993.
Many would agree with Aronson that after the 1910s the "veneration of the avant-garde spelled the neglect of the American bronze in the annals of art history" (2).
For retailers struggling to differentiate their meat departments, the American Bronze turkey may be the goose that laid the golden egg.
While heritage turkeys would refer to any of the native species, the term is most commonly used for the American Bronze, Bourbon Red and Narragansett.
We are honored to represent world-class artists such as American bronze sculptor Glenna Goodacre, whose credits include the Sacagawea Golden Dollar Coin, the Vietnam Women's Memorial in Washington, D.
On December 8, 2003, 30 Canadian soldiers from the 900-strong 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Battle Group received the American Bronze Star and five also received Mention in Despatches (MID) for their actions in Afghanistan in 2002.

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