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Spitz

(spits),
Sophie, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Spitz nevus.

spitz

a general description of so-called 'Northern' or Nordic dog breeds with conformational characteristics resembling wolves. They have bushy tails carried upright or over the back, thick short stand-off coat with a ruff around the neck, a wedge-shaped head and small pricked ears.
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It is understood the Japanese Spitz was not seriously injured.
With the aim of eliminating financial barriers to success, the program provides up to two Spitz Family Awards for Aboriginal Women annually, with each recipient eligible to receive $10,000 per academic year during a bachelor of commerce program and additional funds as necessary.
The deal dragged on beyond the initial closing date and Belo required Kushner and Spitz to put down a $1 million, non-refundable deposit, after the closing date passed, in order to keep the deal alive.
Together the two have eight German Spitz and two boxers.
Spitz says Hill has seen its Saudi-based staff expand from around 30 before 2009 to over 300 in response to the astonishing economic growth the Kingdom continues to achieve.
However, Spitz questioned the creation of a review panel and told delegates at Doha Goals conference: "I disagree with the Commission which was established to determine what was wrong with British swimming.
Child, Spitz argues, capitalized on American cultural innovations (e.
An evident example of this can be found in the case of Spitz tumors, in which forms showing fewer diagnostic features have been considered less biologically aggressive.
Woodroffe was just an 18-year-old novice when he won Olympic silver in the 200m butterfly at the 1968 Games ahead of Spitz but behind another American, Carl Robie.
Spitz said he was backing Turkey's bid to host the 2020 Olympic Games.
Like you with Spitz I was poolside in Beijing to see Phelps (pictured) win eight golds.