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The Terriers then methodically drove the field behind a 15-yard pass from quarterback Andre Robison to receiver Jacorey Wells.
Will the Terriers wind up being the toast of the league like Leicester City?
Throughout the afternoon, more than 50 pooches — from golden labs who boldly dove in after tennis balls to tiny terriers who waded into the water with a bit more trepidation — provided their human companions with quite a show.
With the White House closed tours after the 9/11 attacks, staffers for President George W. Bush created a web show about First Dog Barney, the Scottish terrier, to great acclaim.
The officers claimed on their report that the animals - two Staffordshire terriers - charged them.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s had his beloved terrier Fala.
The young Scot snatched a point for the Terriers in injury time, sparking scenes of jubilation from the traveling supporters.
The one-and-a-half-year-old terrier mix was abandoned by his owner and rescued from a shelter in Colorado.
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Origin and Etymology of terrier
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of terrier for English Language Learners
: a type of small dog originally used for hunting
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