Dalmatia

NOUN
  1. a historical region of Croatia on the Adriatic Sea; mountainous with many islands
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  • Every breed of dog, from dachshund to Dalmatian, from boxer to borzoi, from poodle to Pekinese, from Great Dane to chihuahua, has been carved, chiselled, kneaded, moulded, not literally as flesh and bone but in its gene pool. THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
  • Throughout Dalmatia, including the adjoining islands, as well as on the Croatian coast, the Old Croatian language called Glagolitic is still in use at church services. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • But their joy turns to dismay when fur-loving Cruella De Vil dispatches her clumsy cohorts, Jasper and Horace, to dognap every Dalmatian pup in London . Contest: Disney’s ‘101 Dalmatians’ DVD Prize Pack
  • Guests are offered an elaborate tray of hors d' oeuvres from which they may help themselves; then the meal begins; a demitasse of soup, a first course, and so on until dessert when a Dalmatian spotted ‘doggie’ bag of sweets is delivered.
  • Breed of dog named after the Adriatic coastal region of Dalmatia, its first definite home.
  • However, such restrictive exercise would not satisfy the ethological requirements of breeds such as dalmatians, dobermanns and collies.
  • WILTON, CT—Michael Chandler looks out the windows of his sun room, past the swimming pool and guest cottage, to the wide backyard where his two children are playing with their pet dalmatian, Scotty.
  • Vet of the Year award went to Paul Harris, of Thirsk, who was nominated by Dalmatian breeder Chris Pickup.
  • There was a cocker spaniel, a Labrador, a Dalmatian, a Jack Russell, a husky, a golden retriever, a beagle, a poodle, three kinds of setters, a basset hound, a Great Dane, several different terriers, a basenji, a St. Bernard, and a mutt.
  • From the time of Augustus the name Illyria was applied not only to the present Province of Illyria, since 11 B.C. a province of the empire and called Dalmatia (embracing the Dalmatia of to-day, Montenegro, the western part of Croatia, and the northern part of Albania), but was made to include the districts of Rhaetia, The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
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