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husky

(ˈhəski)
n. a strong man; a thug. A couple of huskies helped me get my car unstuck.
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This victory was described by coach Trigg as being the best "the best team performance of the season," Balanced scoring saw the Huskies outscore the Capitals in every quarter and, despite being a much smaller team, the Huskies team play completely dominated the game.
The Huskies have been able to claim a lot of big victories over Oregon over the years, especially in Seattle.
Huskies were welcome at the Eugene Armory off Martin Luther King Jr.
Another three at the end of the quarter by Juan Roderick gave the Huskies a 17-8 lead.
The Huskies (7-8, 2-4 Pac-10) beat Stanford in Seattle on Saturday for Romar's 100th career head coaching victory.
First up, the Huskies faced Division Two newcomers the Cardiff Warriors West, a new team coached by American Chris Harper.
After the Washington Huskies had embarrassed the Oregon Ducks, 42-14.
THE Barry Huskies played Merthyr in the semi-final of the South Wales Valleys League Cup at Barry leisure centre.
The Huskies have been told to sit, losers of three straight games for the first time in four years and having lost four of their last five games - two of them at Husky Stadium.
The Huskies knew they were in for a tough match as again they travelled with a weakened side, with Anthony Trigg and Richard Thorpe both unavailable.