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mustang

American for feral horse, also charitably described as a scrub-type of light horse varying a good deal in conformation. Any color, 14 to 15 hands high. Descended from the horses brought into Central America by Spanish conquistadores.
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Despite losing their last two games, the Mustangs continue to get solid play from forward Lucian Pesoli and guard Ryan Zamroz.
The 2005 Mustang even has enough engine room to fit the Modular V10, should it see production.
2) Mustangs also share the land with ranch animals like cattle and sheep, and wild deer and elk.
The first Citation Mustang was delivered to Mustang Management Group (MMG), based in Fresno, Calif.
The Mustangs are off to a fast start winning its first three games, beating St.
Cessna plans to deliver about 40 Citation Mustangs in 2007, moving toward full-rate production in 2008.
Led by Brynn Edwards, the team's leader in digs and service aces last year, junior setter Christy Swagerty, and sisters Amanda and Rachel Roleder, the Lady Mustangs took three of four games (30-22, 30-24, 23-30 and 31-29) to improve its record to 4-5.
In 2000, they did what they call "buzz products"--the Bullitt and Mach1 Mustangs, which is characteristic of the type of extensions that have helped keep the vehicle relevant, even if there are typically long periods between totally new cars.
Callaway Golf (NYSE:ELY) today kicked-off the HX Hot Drive Sweepstakes, an exciting new promotion that will award a customized, fully-loaded 2005 Ford Mustang GT to one lucky consumer.
With three games against Biola rained out last week, the Mustangs, 3-0 in conference play, have been off since a 9-1 victory over Westmont on Feb.
The exhibit celebrates the 20th anniversary of the installation of the Mustangs of Las Colinas in Irving, one of the largest equestrian sculptures in the world.