Dobermann


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Do·ber·mann

(dō′bər-mən)
n. Chiefly British
A Doberman pinscher.

Dobermann

, pinscher - Dobermanns are named for German dog breeder Ludwig Dobermann; pinscher means "terrier" in German.
See also related terms for terrier.
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Rothamsted Research director Professor Achim Dobermann welcomed the prospect of a more pragmatic approach to the risk assessment of GM crops, while JHI director Professor Colin Campbell, whose institute relies heavily on Scottish Government funding, said GM and GE had "great potential" to develop crops with biological resistance to pathogens, including blight in potatoes.
22 of 2016 does not allow the residents in the UAE to keep pet dogs like pit bull, boxer, dobermann etc.
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"The last time I went up there, I saw a Dobermann bounding around."
Ralf Hendrichs was devastated when his Dobermann died.
During the Mel Gibson Mad Maxera, every dark and mysterious Rottweiler or Dobermann was put on a great chain lead and paraded around the park with the owner shouting, "Max, leave" and "Max, spit that other dog out".
August 25 Scottish Dobermann Club's championship show in Carluke.
But that's probably because I'm not as nice as, say, Mark Owen, who brought his Dobermann, Arnold, in.
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Breeds, including German Shepherd, Labrador, White Weiler, American Stafford, Dobermann, Boxer and others were prominent.