Definition of Dalmatian
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That’s when Budweiser—perhaps one of the most iconic Super Bowl brands—aired its “wind never felt better” ad showcasing a Dalmatian, its ears flapping in the wind, to highlight that the company was now using wind power to help brew its beer.We Watched Two Decades of Super Bowl Ads. Here’s What They Say About Climate Change.|Kyla Mandel|February 14, 2022|Time
Fatch, a Dalmatian, bit it in a random spot — leaving a mark — and returned it to me.
Sometimes it is best to accept things at face value, and an English woman’s stubborn desire to skin Dalmatian puppies for fur coats presents a shining example.
Now comes Cruella, starring Emma Stone as a young fashion designer who eventually develops an unhealthy obsession with Dalmatian furs.
She seems all the more threatening when compared to the 1950s femininity of unassuming and newly married housewife Anita Dearly, who welcomes a large litter of Dalmatian puppies into her home.Her crazy driving is a key element of Cruella de Vil’s evil. Here’s why.|Genevieve Carpio|April 2, 2021|Washington Post
But in the painting, because this is a Thomas Kinkade piece, Spotty looks like a sweet little Dalmatian.The Drunken Downfall of Evangelical America's Favorite Painter|Zac Bissonnette|June 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Budweiser: Dalmatian Trains Clydesdale Year: 2008 Ad Meter Score: 8.73 Kellogg Grade: A Share Price Change: -0.99 percent 14.
He remembered many pleasant functions that he had attended in years past at the Dalmatian Embassy in London.
She was a secret agent—there was no doubt—working probably in the service of the Dalmatian government.
At the present moment a well-known lady fancier is striving to obtain a Dalmatian mouse.
He was a Dalmatian, whose family had given a Pope and many illustrious prelates to the Church.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
My learning impressed them less than my skill in curing a pig according to a Dalmatian recipe.The Belovd Vagabond|William J. Locke