Yorkie

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Yor·kie

 (yôr′kē)
n. Informal
A Yorkshire terrier.

yorkie

(ˈjɔːkɪ)
n
(Breeds) another name for Yorkshire terrier

York′shire ter′rier


n.
one of an English breed of toy terriers having a long, silky, straight coat that is dark steel-blue with tan on the head, chest, and legs.
[1880–85]
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Aidan Meyers: "What kind of sick person doesn't want yorkies with their christmas dinner?
Speciality Breeders of:AKC Champion Labrador's, Golden Retrievers, Goldendoodles Labradoodles, West Highland Terriers, Maltese, Yorkies,Teacups, Doberman's & German Shepherds.
Just Holding Hands Old Mary had two Yorkshire Terriers One rampant male and one bitch And over the years she sold their offspring Which made the old lady quite rich But one morning and this is so sad Mary arose from her bed And there on the floor a terrible sight Where her little Yorkies, both dead.
SUTTON - Denise Ronayne has been breeding dogs for 20 years, a family business called Country Home Yorkies that she runs out of her own home.
Taken in September, 1971, before seat-belt laws discriminated against Yorkies driving and seeing over the wheel simultaneously Picture: BOB BIRD/ Daily Post archive
32KM COMPETITIVE CLASS: GRADE 1 ( Just Jack, C Pearcy; Just Takes the Biscuit, D Wardle; Yorkies Midnight Caller, G Priestley.
Lucy is three this April and Sue said: "She loves posing for attention, she is one of four Yorkies I have.
Yorkies Boy arrives at a milestone in his career this afternoon when the nine-year-old lines up for his 100th start in the Bath finale.
Other interesting contenders include Brooke Sanders' recent winner A Woman In Love, Hughie Morrison's three-year-old Cape St Vincent and the veteran Yorkies Boy, who is now under the care of Milton Bradley.
Tim Easterby's sprinter hacked up by five lengths from Yorkies Boy in a conditions race over six furlongs and should have too much dash for his rivals over the minimum trip.
Jack Berry scored with two of his last three runners at Newbury last autumn before handing over the training licence at his Cockerham stable and the reappearing Yorkies Boy should give his son equal reason to enjoy the long journey back up to Lancashire.