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ridge·back

 (rĭj′băk′)
n.
A Rhodesian ridgeback.

Rhode′sian ridge′back


n.
one of a South African breed of hunting dogs having a ridge of hair along the spine growing in the opposite direction from the rest of the coat.
[1935–40]
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NOVEMBER 1 | Rhodesian Ridgeback Club of Scotland's championship show at 9.
echolive The Mercian Regiment soldiers' vehicle, a 20-tonne Ridgeback protected patrol vehicle, collided with a two-tonne Afghan National Police (ANP) Ranger car by the Nahr-e-Bughra canal in Helmand Province.
Their vehicle, a 20-tonne Ridgeback protected patrol vehicle collided with a 2-tonne Afghan National Police car by the Nahr-e Bughra canal.
ALFIE & CHUCKIE C Rhodesian Ridgeback Alfie, two, and Jack Russell Chuckie, 15, live with Deborah McQuire in Kilsyth.
Choose from a carefully selected wine list, and try the South Pacific ridgeback swordfish or the stuffed Bandera quail.
OrbiMed Healthcare Fund Management is the main subscriber of the private placement in which venBio, Ridgeback Capital Management, Aquilo Capital Management and Merlin Nexus, inter alia, also purchased new shares.
The product design group Ridgeback Lighting, that specializes in electronic products and has over thirty years of electrical engineering experience, has today announced that it has reached the thirty percent stage of funding for its Kickstarter campaign, the Mount Anywhere LED.
Experienced dog owners missing the joys and challenges that dogs bring will be rewarded with sloppy kisses for their interest in this Rhodesian ridgeback and Chihuahua couple.
Six-year-old Erfan Ali, son of Cardiff councillor Dilwar Ali, was also scarred for life after he was savaged by a Rhodesian ridgeback in 2011 after the dog leapt over the garden fence at his Gabalfa home in Cardiff as he was helping his mother bring in the washing.
Being lighter and smaller than other protected vehicles such as Mastiff and Ridgeback, Foxhound brings a whole new capability to the Army and is ideal for soldiers operating in mentoring and partnering roles as it makes it easier for them to engage with Afghan National Security Forces and the local Afghan population.
Ollie, a Rhodesian ridgeback cross, is thought to be about 18 months old and was brought to Marske Vets by the police in November last year.
The most expensive bike is a Ridgeback and one a Mongoose.