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chaser

a secondary or follow-up breeding male put in with a herd of cows or ewes when the fertility of the first stud is suspect.
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Richards allows that a sprinter wouldn't need to be as fit as a threemile chaser anyway, which doesn't mean that they're all slackers, rather that the searching test of three miles in the mud makes greater demands on a horse than the relatively more forgiving minute on fast ground over five furlongs.
While only one-fourth the size of the Space Shuttle, Dream Chaser is able to carry up to seven crew members.
The Dream Chaser spacecraft has been in development for more than 10 years, including six years as part of NASAs Commercial Crew Program and leverages more than 40 years of NASA spaceflight and space shuttle heritage.
That is how storm chasers feel when they spot a funnel cloud.
net), a project developed to compile, analyze, and collate storm chaser imagery of the 2013 El Reno storm into a database and multiperspective visualization tool for research applications.
Storm chasers are a unique group of individuals who spend most springs driving across the most rural areas of the country in search of severe weather.
Shaun Wallace was our chaser, but we don't get told who it's going to be and it's a surprise to Bradley, too.
Tabada of Visayas-PAGASA Regional Service Division, said the storm chaser is greatly needed because the Doppler radar in Guiuan, Easter Samar, which was destroyed by Yolanda's powerful winds on November 8, 2013 has not yet been repaired.
Tornado chasers have a reputation as danger junkies, but not Samaras.
It's not a surprising comparison given Straight No Chaser are a group of young, well dressed men who have breathed life into an otherwise stuffy vocal tradition thanks to putting a new twist on a canon of popular songs.
After testing the dog's command of nouns with an endless series of drills in which Chaser would fetch the correct toy or ball, a weary Pilley has moved on to verbs.
After Chaser reached the 1,000--word mark, Pilley turned his attention to verbs, teaching Chaser to "paw," "nose," or "take" an object--so he could give her basic verb-object commands that could be a step toward learning grammar.