Origin of deerhound
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"It was Harold who gave me the deerhound," Kiddie explained.Kiddie the Scout
No more valuable present could be made than a harehound or deerhound.Life of Edward the Black Prince
Moreover, a Deerhound requires a very strong neck to hold a stag.Sporting Dogs
Frank Townend Barton
One swam to a French pilot-boat, and the other to the Deerhound.
The prisoners had rights in the premises as well as the Deerhound.
- a very large rough-coated breed of dog of the greyhound type
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