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As of today, MGP is only one of two active greyhound tracks.
Of the 19 greyhound tracks still operating in the United States, 12 are in the Sunshine State.
Take the greyhound for instance: Gin (or vodka) combined with fresh grapefruit juice tastes vastly better than bottled juice.
Another strain of dog flu, H3N8, had already appeared in Florida in 2004 on greyhound racing tracks.
The visit of the greyhounds is one of many programs and events offered to residents of the Tradition of the Palm Beaches, located on the 37-acre Marilyn and Stanley M. Katz Seniors Campus of MorseLife Health System in West Palm Beach.
A greyhound-racing trainer in St. Petersburg, Fla., had his license revoked after five of his charges tested positive for cocaine.
An Associated Press report stated that Florida’s greyhound industry has had 46 cocaine positives since 2008.
Records show Florida’s greyhound industry has had 46 cocaine positives since 2008.
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Origin and Etymology of greyhound
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of greyhound for English Language Learners
: a tall, thin dog that runs very fast and that is often used in races
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