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Trotter

trotting racehorse; includes American, Baltic, Cuban, French, German, Russian, etc. Trotters. See american trotter.
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Trotter horse.By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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The depth of the petrochemical industry in the GCC region gives Trotters immediate and scalable access to an abundant supply of petrochemical by-products, which provides ample potential for growth in the near future.
Mr Trotter anticipates that some people might joke about his surname and him becoming a millionaire.
Trotter, 54, died Tuesday, a year after closing his namesake Chicago restaurant that was credited with putting his city at the vanguard of the food world and training dozens of the nation's top chefs, including Grant Achatz and Graham Elliot.
If Trotter and Sullivan return to the People's Republic of Peckham with promotion in the bag tonight they will be hailed as the borough's greatest superheroes since Batman and Robin were at large in that classic episode.
Arrange pig's trotters, chili slices, pineapple, okra and eggplant
Anyone who would like to enter the competition - closing date February 22 - is asked to make a donation to Spear and the winner of each age group category will receive a pounds 25 Trotters gift voucher.
Remove from heat and leave trotters to cool in the stock.
Elaine Bossert, a friend of Dr Force, has helped her to trace the Trotters back to the 1700s.
Consolidation in the auto industry has had a huge effect on dealers, and both Trotters expect the trend to continue.
I just love it-it's quite a sensation, driving trotters.
By bringing in American and European trotters, the private owners are improving Russia's blood stock and its track times.
Householders in Trotter Haugh, in Edinburgh's upmarket Morningside, have been embarrassed by gags about the Only Fools And Horses TV sitcom character.