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weather breeder

A sudden period of sunny and/or clear skies. Poor weather usually resumes afterward. Don't get too excited about the sun today, I think it's just a weather breeder. I wouldn't be surprised if it rained again tomorrow.
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breeder

n. a nonhomosexual. (In a homosexual context.) Don’t invite Willy. He’s a breeder.
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Lifetime Health Warranties: Breeders Club has such confidence in the puppies offered for sale that they took the unprecedented decision to offer these incredible health guarantees to give you the peace of mind that picking a puppy from Breeders Club is the right decision.
The new breeder farm, along with the 13 additional ones expected to come on-line in the second half of 2010, increase our confidence in our ability to meet our 2010 production goal of 150 million day-old broilers.
Responsible breeders don't keep their dogs in filthy cages, never to see the light of day.
They say breeders already go out of their way to avoid clogging local shelters with strays.
By definition, a breeder reactor is one that creates more fuel than it consumes.
This year they will provide pounds 3m in prize-money, making breeders the second largest sponsor of British racing [behind the Tote].
Zhentao Gao, CEO of Yuhe, said: "Our new breeder farms will allow us to further expand production of day-old broilers in order to meet China's growing demand for chicken.
I believe that some of the jumps breeders' prizes are too big," McCreery, the breeder of High Top and Old Vic, said.
Breeders' prizes will help these breeders keep their heads above water and will also help breeders use better stallions, which, by definition, should produce better horses and assist them in re-investing in better mares, again raising the quality of bloodstock.
The decision came under fire from breeders who had already committed nomination funds with the belief that the Breeders' Cup would help fund a number of stakes races across the US and Canada.
I learned the hard way that the TBA caters for Flat or pure National Hunt breeders who are prepared to abide by their rigid rules.
In a departure from the previous breeders' prize scheme, the breeders of qualifying winners of novices' hurdles and National Hunt Flat races will receive 30 per cent of the minimum value, up from 25 per cent.
EBF breeders' prizes are only paid to breeders of winning horses in EBF races in Britain.
BRITISH breeders yesterday defended the cash they receive under a Levy Board scheme, following a call from Coolmore supremo John Magnier for the system to be scrapped.