Newfoundland

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Newfoundland

a very large (100-150 lb), black or bronze, longhaired dog with massive head, small pendulous ears and bushy tail. A black and white version is known as Landseer. The breed is predisposed to subaortic stenosis, cardiomyopathy and hypothyroidism.
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As a Newfoundlander with a common touch and a Stanley Cup ring, Matt is pursued by businesses and the federal Conservative Party.
Peddle noted that for many Newfoundlanders, the strongest point of religious identification is the home parish, and that sometimes this can be an impediment to their spiritual growth while away from home.
I would probably have trouble getting the other "N" word published, but while "Newfie" is usually at least slightly discriminatory Newfoundlanders are often told to get over themselves when they complain about its use.
Prior to 1949, the migration pattern of rural Newfoundlanders was largely seasonal and regional.
JS: Newfoundlanders, traditionally, developed a culture that enabled them to survive and even flourish in certain ways in this environment.
The province has almost 120,000 moose, about one for every four Newfoundlanders.
Using interviews with local community leaders (including politicans, directors for government and non-profit agencies dealing with work placement, immigrant settlement, family violence, child care, and housing), along with interviews and observations with Newfoundlanders living in Fort McMurray (recent short-term and long-term residents), and with non-Canadian immigrants to northern Alberta (temporary foreign workers from the Philippines and El Salvador), I attempt to understand and explain everyday life in this conflicted city.
To become a proper Newfoundlander I had to be 'Screeched In'.
Like other men and women in settler societies, Newfoundlanders were linked with, and made sense of themselves through and in light of, a broader imperial context.
Enterprising Newfoundlanders now sell bottled water made available from pieces of thawed icebergs and even vodka made in part with water that came from smaller chunks of ice labeled "bergy bits.