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full blood

n.
1. Relationship established through having the same set of parents.
2. often full-blood or fullblood (fo͝ol′blŭd′) A person or animal of unmixed race or breed.
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Also, there are many fullblood Boer goats that are not quality breeding stock, which were sold to make a fast profit, and are now realized to be faulty in some characteristic.
Average prices of fullblood Boers vary considerably, as buyers don't seem to mind what each goat's individual strengths and weaknesses are.
Bristol Rovers 0 Plymouth 0 ARGYLE boss Derek Adams and Rovers manager Darrell Clarke were left to reflect on fine goalkeeping performances in a fullblooded West country derby at the Memorial Stadium.
Gerrard will head back to Ibrox in no doubt what this famous rivalry is all about after a typical fullblooded affair which saw six bookings.
The choir - which had been directed by Gregory Batsleer - certainly displayed fullblooded commitment to this tale of the early British chieftain who defied the might of Rome.
Even if the hair has turned grey the GTS will take you back to the days of fullblooded youth.
The choir is inviting anybody who loves "one of the classics of musical theatre" to come and join in a fullblooded sing-song.
Replays showed the Bournemouth midfielder was high and late when he and Fletcher contested a fullblooded 50/50 challenge.
Coady, booked on Tuesday, insists he will not temper neither his passion nor his fullblooded tackling.
It was a relaxed and clearly cheerful Davies who delighted with chat in between numbers but sadly there appears no let-up in the sibling fall-out between Ray and brother Dave for a fullblooded Kinks reunion any time soon, judging from his comments.
Ynysowen warmed up for the Bowl clash by winning 28-0 with a bonus point in a fullblooded encounter at close rivals Sully Sports in the league, a result that saw them leapfrog Sports into second place in the table.
His mother Estella is a fullblooded member of the indigenous Kankanaey ethnolinguistic group.