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hotdog

in. to show off. The coach said, “Stop hotdogging and play ball, you guys.”
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BY KATHY ARMSTRONG A CHINESE man popped the question to his unsuspecting girlfriend by using 1,001 hotdogs.
Meanwhile Ricasa, who herself had adopted competitive eating, expects hotdog as a part of the menu on the tying-knot day, for which the date has not yet been set.
The question in the Coomer case was whether or not promotional items, like a hotdog, launched into the stands during baseball games should be considered an inherent part of the game so as to fall under the "limited duty rule.
The French Hotdog Baguette[TM] is also the perfect partner for other hot fillings such as chicken and lamb kebabs or speciality sausages.
Our other daughter's choice of saucy hotdog - made to a traditional American recipe - caused a stir when it arrived.
TWO of Seamus Cahill's openrace stalwarts, Milldean Buster and Hotdog Jack, have been retired, writes Tony Bullen.
HOTDOG JACK, expected to be entered for a Sky race on the Springbok-support card next Tuesday, misses out on a trial at Wimbledon this morning (trials session abandoned).
We invite the media to observe the festivities and, if you can, have a hotdog with us.
Game day festivities at AutoZone Park begin with a hotdog lunch from 11:30 to 12:30 p.
HOTDOG JACK was found to have torn a hamstring following his defeat in the heats of the 3G Hurdle and has been withdrawn from the 380m jumps contest, which resumes with the semifinals at Crayford on Monday, writes Jim Austin.
Hotdog Jack, a shock early National elimination, is next in at 4-1 with Comans Joe, the Irish National winner, 9-2.
From hotdog vendors to T-shirt peddlers, from beer sellers to peanut hawkers, spectators often are given a variety of choices.
Meanwhile, two of the first three in the Grand National betting - Hotdog Jack and Comans Joe - will go head-to-head in the opening round.
Bud's Red Hots, the North Hollywood hotdog stand the MTA wants to bulldoze for subway work, has lost a bid for historic protection, but owner Tom Geas says he'll keep up the fight as he dishes out artery-clogging food.