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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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Through its advanced facilities, Trotters transforms petrochemical by-products and used lube oil into value added products that are used in numerous industries including construction, pharmaceuticals and textiles.
Neil Trotter, from Coulsdon, south London, plans to upgrade his oilstained Ford Focus with some flashier cars, including a McLaren.
CHICAGO -- With a culinary style he likened to improvisational jazz, Charlie Trotter changed the way Americans view fine dining, pushing himself, his staff, his food and even his diners to limits rarely seen in an American restaurant.
The Lions' bid to join the creme de menthe of the Championship against Swindon will be led by on-loan midfielder Liam Trotter.
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.
He says: "I drive High Dream for Daniel Wildenstein, who supplies me with my trotters.
Some people with money are coming to the track, but they're more likely to be in the sulkies behind the trotters.
Major Alexander Trotter, latest in a long line of land-owning Trotters, accused the picky residents of "destroying history".
Put the trotters in a pan, cover well with water, add salt, 2 bayleaves, a small onion and garlic.
Their bijou residences are linked, alphabetically speakin', to Trotters Independent Trading Company and its chief executive officer.