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- combination in a dual-purpose breed. Other features used when cl****ifying sheep include face color (generally white or black), tail length, presence or lack of...
- Suffolk sheep are a black-faced, open-faced breed of domestic sheep raised primarily for meat. They are mainly raised for wool and meat production especially...
- Shaun the Sheep is a British stop-motion animated television series. The series stars Shaun and his madcap adventures around a small farm as the leader...
- The bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) is a species of sheep native to North America named for its large horns. A pair of horns might weigh up to 14 kg (30 lb);...
- The Jacob is a British breed of domestic sheep. It combines two characteristics unusual in sheep: it is piebald—dark-coloured with areas of white wool—and...
- The Badger Face Welsh Mountain (Welsh Defaid Idloes [ˈdevaɪd ˈɪdlɔɪs]; also known as Badger Faced Welsh Mountain or Welsh Badger-faced) is a distinct variety...
- 01 Divine Wind Dec. 14, 1977 Lawrence Doheny Scott Hylands The Black Sheep face the first kamikaze attacks, as a visiting chaplain tries to help Anderson...
- The Cheviot is a breed of white-faced sheep which gets its name from a range of hills in north Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. It is still common...
- The Hampshire or Hampshire Down is a breed of sheep which originated around 1829 from a cross of Southdowns with the Old Hampshire breed, the Wiltshire...
- Blackface is a theatrical makeup to portray a stereotype of African Americans. Blackface may also refer to: Black Face (valley), south wall of an east-west...
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