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Despite her challenges, the 12-year-old bulldog mix shines in the limelight, lapping up the attention like a stouter Dolly Parton.

The story begins with Monsanto’s founder John Queeny, a tenacious bulldog of a man, the son of Irish immigrants who sold miracle elixirs and quack cures to wholesalers along with bona fide pharmaceuticals.

He has put his political weight instead behind a quirky vaccination sweepstakes named after his bulldog.

His parents got him a bulldog mix, Delilah, to take care of, and he’s taken up chess to keep his mind occupied.

After requesting a few known toys, the dog’s owner asked the pet to bring the bulldog.

But he thought he might bulldog the case for a while and find a wedge for a lawsuit.

Darren Criss of Glee guest stars in the video as the angry bulldog boyfriend of the poodle.

He seems much more vulnerable now—much more three-dimensional than the macho bulldog we first met in Season 1.

One surprise: the English bulldog finally waddled into the top five, a ranking it had not received in 75 years.

“Every time I turn on the TV, I see a bulldog in a commercial,” she said.

But to-day, though he sees, the power of believing in his own vision and of hanging on to it like a bulldog, seems paralysed.

He was crotchetty and impracticable, a man of rash judgment and hasty action-as brave and as tenacious as a bulldog.

A man who doesn't know a bulldog from a bed-spring isn't likely to be offering a thousand dollars to avenge the death of one.

And now, you young bulldog, back to your room and shake yourself together.

Set a bulldog on hind legs, and dress him up in coat and breeches, and yo'n just getten John Thornton.'


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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bulldog, such as: community, daily, journal, magazine, paper, and periodical.

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