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Comeback

Australian breed of wool sheep, bred by crossing Merino with Corriedale, Polwarth or Zenith sheep; wool is 21 to 25 microns. It is a registered breed, but the term is more commonly used in the sense of a type of sheep produced by crossbreeding a crossbred Merino back to Merino.
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MITCH: The best band comeback in the past ten years would probably be Stone Roses.
What age was he when he beat Michael Moorer on his comeback to win another and become boxing's oldest ever heavyweight champion?
He''s seven times world champion, but his comeback this year has been disappointing.
Frank Bruno made a comeback because he had nothing to do.
TAKE That have topped a poll for having the greatest comeback of all time.
The last frantic seconds gave the furious comeback its fitting finale.
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has saluted Liverpool's Champions League triumph and described their stunning comeback victory as a "heroic" achievement.
Jason Fife just wanted to get it all out of the way - the first close game, and the first fourth-quarter comeback, and all the questions that come with them.
Another trick is to get yourself a starring role in a soap and he says: "Barbara Windsor had a very successful film career and has been the classic TV comeback actress in EastEnders.
8 comeback against Cal, which stirred up the team-of-destiny talk.
MARCO VAN BASTEN: The Dutchman was forced to retire from football in 1995 after a series of failed comebacks following a catalogue of injuries.