Galloway


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Galloway

a polled, black-brown breed of dairy cattle originating in Scotland.
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Galloway beef bull. By permission from SambrausHH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992

Galloway pony
a now extinct Scottish pony. Nowadays the term is used to identify a show class of pony which is greater than 14 hands high but not more than 14.2 hands high.
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How does a hard Brexit safeguard Irish peace as well as the economy of Dumfries and Galloway and Scotland?
Simon Grayson was appointed as Sunderland manager a week ago and he moved quickly to make Galloway his first signing at the Stadium of Light.
Galloway married Pertiwi, 32, an anthropologist, in Amsterdam in April 2012, just four months after his third wife had given birth to their second son.
Mr Garside added that the victim rang Galloway to ask why he did it and he replied that he had taken her bank details a week before because of his gambling addiction.
The 5 feet seven inch full-back wins 50 per cent of his aerial duels, while the five feet eight inch Oviedo wins just 12% and the six feet Galloway almost 37%.
Two years ago, Galloway quit the Labour Party and started his own Respect Party, running in a special election and winning a seat in the House of Commons from Bradford West, a constituency with a heavy presence of Pakistani Muslims.
Harley Blegen, President of The American Galloway Association, corroborates a prejudice against the Galloways.
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Salma said she had not been in contact with Galloway since but felt she was being personally criticised.
But the federal court case could reopen, and there's also an ongoing battle between Galloway and the town over the matter that's being appealed to the state Supreme Court.
After deliberating for two hours, Judge Seys Llewellyn QC, sitting at Mold County Court, concluded that Mrs Galloway had never surrendered her ownership of the vase and had been the rightful owner when it was sold.