German wirehaired pointer


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Ger′man wire′haired point′er


n.
one of a breed of large hunting dogs with a straight, wiry liver-and-white coat.
[1960–65]
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Optimistic pet owners brought their furry friends for the contest, where Blueberry the German wirehaired pointer was awarded the coveted first place prize.
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The lower court last year assigned ownership of the then 11-year-old German wirehaired pointer to the husband, Daniel Hament, a Richmond veterinarian.
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