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Large numbers of sheep and horned cattle are, moreover, annually exported to the Dalmatian markets.
There was also a feeling that the Dalmatian forests were a source of pride to the people.
This Dalmatian line is adapted to one who wishes to travel lazily.
In this way he saved a great many of the Dalmatian intelligentsia.
The ridges of the uplands are extensions of the Dalmatian coastal range that enters Albania from Yugoslavia.
Of all Dalmatian cities, Ragusa is the proudest, even as it is the poorest.
He had asked the Dalmatian to tell old Beroviero of his visit.
I took it as a signal that my Dalmatian journey was at an end.
Here I found the engineer in charge of the telegraph, a Dalmatian by birth.
1810, spotted dog, presumably named for Dalmatia, but dog breeders argue over whether there is a Croatian ancestry for the breed, which seems to be represented in Egyptian bas-reliefs and Hellenic friezes. Popular in early 1800s as a carriage dog, to trot alongside carriages and guard them in owner's absence. Even fire departments nowadays tend to spell it *Dalmation.