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coon

see raccoon.

coon foot
conformation defect in a horse in which the pastern is too long and sloping.
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Morningside Memorial Gardens entrance, Coon Rapids, southbound right-in, right-out; northbound left-in.
After he came home from the war, Coon locked away the horrors he saw and endured.
Coon and Herrin bought the business from a former boss ready to retire--maybe close up shop altogether--in October 2007.
Coon was Junction City's mayor between 2007 and 2010, and served on the City Council from 2000 to 2007.
Coon is the first woman who was ordained through a women's ordination association to recant her decision, according to Roman Catholic Women-priests, an international initiative that ordains men and women.
In March 2008, Coon was appointed to the Arkansas Service Commission, where he now serves as chairman.
He would lend a certain amount of calm to every situation to explain to us what's going on and to keep the locals informed," Coon recalls.
The actual physical promotion of the project has been going on for two years, and the biggest piece of that was building the Godspeed ship," Coon said.
Although his business found respectable success over the next few years, Coon knew it could do better with the right phone number.
Coon Come was critical of the central themes of the speech, the approach fundamentally flawed.
Coon is at her best in the first half of the book, particularly in her investigation of gender construction through the significations of hair, cosmetics, clothing, and adornment.
Ms Coon, who represented herself at the hearing, said: "There is no truth in the allegation in question, neither in respect of me, nor in respect of any other young woman who has ever worked for Release, whether as an employee or a volunteer, nor in respect of any rock star.