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burro

the Spanish word for donkey; commonly used in North and South America.
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A wild horse or burro, as defined by federal law, is an unbranded, unclaimed, free-roaming animal found on public lands in the United States.
The four hundred attendees at the Senor Burro Birthday Party show staged by Jemima's Playhouse were feted to a nonstop sing-a-long dancing display by the children, complemented by surprise visits by some of the other Jemima's Playhouse[R] characters, like BahamaMan[c], Wastertron[c] and Madame Belle[c], who turned out to bid Senor Burro a hearty Happy Birthday
In 1987, the park began phase three, which allowed selected rangers to shoot any remaining burros in remote areas, not to exceed three in any one location.
Other four-footed load carriers deserving of mention are burros, llamas, dogs, and goats.
Over the past two decades, in order to prevent overgrazing and to free up land for cattle, the BLM has been steadily moving the horses and burros to off-range holding facilities, from where they can be adopted.
Ervin confirmed that Burro has recently expanded service to Houston but said the company is also operating in other Texas cities not yet publicly announced, a strategy designed to stem the tide of competitors in what is fast becoming a crowded field.
Rebecca Wiler, whose official title is Wild Horse and Burro specialist with the agency, was assisting prospective adopters with necessary paperwork in a trailer set up at the Fairview Farm, Friday and Saturday during the two-day event.
Entonces el viejo monto el burro y el chico lo jalaba.
But there's more, Pepe Burro offers a wide variety if dishes.
24, Peso corporal promedio: 29Kg, Burro Miniatura: DS: 8.
One of Alexander's favorite stories behind a Burro product comes from the Burro battery-powered phone charger.
Summary: A group of people in Guayaquil, Ecuador, have tried to get a donkey named Senor Burro on the ballot for the upcoming elections.