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Houessou Akaba's reign was characterized by war and military expansion.

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Akaba's symbols were the warthog and a saber.

dogs and leading
Author and Irish Wolfhound breeder Linda Glover believes the dogs ' close affinity with humans makes them acutely aware and sensitive to ill will or malicious intentions leading to them excelling as a guardian rather than guard dog.
Dilated cardiomyopathy and bone cancer are the leading cause of death and like all deep-chested dogs, gastric torsion ( bloat ) is common ; the breed is affected by hereditary intrahepatic portosystemic shunt.
A trail may be completely contained within one administration ( e. g. a State Park ) or it may pass through multiple administrations, leading to a confusing array of regulations, allowing dogs or mountain bikes in one segment but not in another, or requiring Wilderness Permits for a portion of the trail, but not everywhere.
In 2009, after some incidents leading to the death of wildfowl, the park's dogs on leads policy was extended.
-This theory is based on the United Kennel Club's ( the leading ' working dog ' registry in the U. S. in terms of numbers of dogs registered ) classification system which, within the scenthounds, includes a sub-group known as " Cur Dogs ".
He also attempted to one-up Snorkel in anthropomorphizing dogs, leading to Otto's first appearance in uniform, and was most recently seen ( recognizably, but not mentioned by name ) in 1983.
* Breeding: Backyard breeders are a leading cause of overpopulation because they usually produce more dogs than they can sell and often produce animals that do not meet stated breed standards.
Dingoes are a wild true dogs that will interbreed with dogs of other origins, thus leading to the proliferation of dingo hybrids and the possibility of the extinction of pure wild dingoes.
The dogs were owned by neighbors Marjorie Knoller and her husband Robert Noel, both attorneys .< sup >( p. 138 )</ sup > In 2000, Knoller and Noel obtained the two dogs, named Bane and Hera, through their relationship with Paul " Cornfed " Schneider, who was a Pelican Bay State Prison inmate and a leading member of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang, who were attempting to start a dog fighting business.
Quite by accident, Seligman and colleagues discovered that the conditioning of dogs led to outcomes that opposed the predictions of B. F. Skinner's behaviorism, then a leading psychological theory.
From the late 1970s through the early 1980s, Japanese researcher Chonosuke Okamura self-published a famous series of reports titled " Original Report of the Okamura Fossil Laboratory " in which he described tiny inclusions in polished limestone from the Silurian period ( 425 mya ) as being preserved fossil remains of tiny humans, gorillas, dogs, dragons, dinosaurs, and other organisms, all of them only millimeters long, leading him to claim " There have been no changes in the bodies of mankind since the Silurian period ... except for a growth in stature from 3. 5 mm to 1, 700 mm.
Court dogs became less fashionable in Europe at the turn of the twentieth century, leading to the loss of many Bichon types.
* Y Diawl ( The Devil ) who was said to have built various bridges in Wales ( including Devil's Bridge, Ceredigion ), and to appear to sinners in the form of a horned, black-faced shepherd leading a pack of dogs.
They carry out a range of functions including walking the dogs and socialising with both the dogs and cats, gardening, kennel support, admin and leading education talks.
Many dogs were exported to other countries, leading to Griffon Bruxellois clubs in England ( 1897 ) and Brussels Griffon clubs in the U. S. A.
One year a strange hare began to spoil their sport by leading the dogs a merry dance by crossing their path and turning them from their proper game.
Feather-plucking has characteristics that are similar to trichotillomania, an impulse control disorder in humans, and hair-pulling which has been reported in mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, sheep and muskox, dogs and cats, leading to suggestions for a comparative psychology approach to alleviating these problems.
During the 2006 – 07 coursing season, the leading United States coursing body, the National Open Field Coursing Association, registered 480 dogs of various breeds, and oversaw 83 coursing events.
German Spitz, like all spitzen, have many physical features found in oldest stone age fossil dogs in Central Europe, leading experts at the time to believe that the spitz is the oldest dog type.
He employs a no-drugs rule ( evidenced by his brutal beating of Mirror Master for his cocaine habit ), docks pay for senseless violence ( a 90 % payout cut for the new Trickster's antics with stray dogs and T-bombs ), and will kill only on certain occasions ( he killed the Top for setting the newer rogues against him and his set of Rogues ), leading the Rogues in their ' code of honor ' and refusing to kill women or children.
Over time, Southern hunters would selectively breed dogs that would not back down, had great stamina, and would " hound " their prey until they treed or cornered their exhausted quarry, leading to modern coonhounds.

dogs and way
Once settled, we're careful to walk the dogs in an out of the way spot, keep them under control in the room, and feed and bench them where they can't do any harm to the furnishings or the furniture.
Knowing of her great love of dogs, Comden endeared himself to Day by giving her a bag of meat scraps and bones on her way out of the restaurant.
Therefore, the dogs reacted as if food was on its way whenever they saw a lab coat. In a series of experiments, Pavlov then tried to figure out how these phenomena were linked.
Even cases considered " regular ", with the final-s, are not so simple ; the-s in dogs is not pronounced the same way as the-s in cats, and in a plural like dishes, an " extra " vowel appears before the-s. These cases, where the same distinction is effected by alternative forms of a " word ", are called allomorphy.
Amundsen also planned to kill some of his dogs on the way and use them as a source for fresh meat.
In much of its former range, the cheetah was tamed by aristocrats and used to hunt antelopes in much the same way as is still done with members of the greyhound group of dogs.
These dogs began to find their way into America as early as 1870 where they became known as Pit Dog, Pit Bull Terrier, later American Bull Terrier, and still later as a Yankee terrier.
Colloquialisms include words ( such as y'all, gonna, and wanna ), phrases ( such as old as the hills, raining cats and dogs, and dead as a doornail ) and aphorisms ( such as There's more than one way to skin a cat ).
Although the characters are obviously based on dogs, they in no way resemble the actual beagle breed.
They waddle forward, poking their heads to and fro in their usually absurd way, in spite of a string of howling dogs straining to get at them.
It is considered by many to be different from pet keeping in that a few of its practitioners consider theirs animals as " pets "; most herpetoculturists do not give names to their animals, and most do not bond in the same way as pet keepers bond with their cats and dogs.
Luys Hernandez de Biedma, one of de Soto ’ s officers wrote of a group of men who made their way to what is now Tryon on May 21, 1540: " The next day, they went to Xuala which is a town on a plain between some rivers ; its chief was so well provisioned that he gave to the Christians however much they asked for: slaves, corn, little dogs opossums … and however much he had.
" Although such children would survive if taken up by others, exposure is often considered a form of infanticide — as described by Tertullian in his Apology: " it is certainly the more cruel way to kill ... by exposure to cold and hunger and dogs "
Others view animal behaviour simply as responses to stimuli ; this is the way behaviourists look at the evidence, Pavlov's dogs ( or rather his explanation of their behaviour ) being the best-known example.
Fridtjof Nansen believed that the use of sled dogs was the only effective way to explore the north and used Samoyeds on his polar expeditions.
According to legend, while on his way to the Vishwanath Temple, Sankara came upon an untouchable accompanied by four dogs.
Even though Acting Sheriff and the other projects were considered " dead dogs " by some, Disney presented ZEBRAS as a way for the public to buy into programming Walt Disney Television that was started in October 1988 and profiting from possible hits similar to Blossom, Golden Girls, and Empty Nest.
Texas hot dogs are spicy variants found in upstate New York and Pennsylvania ( and as " all the way dogs " in New Jersey ), but not Texas.
First because of the indifference of their way of life, for they make a cult of indifference and, like dogs, eat and make love in public, go barefoot, and sleep in tubs and at crossroads.
Bulls brought to market were set upon by dogs as a way of tenderizing the meat and providing entertainment for the spectators ; and dog fights with bears, bulls and other animals were often organized as entertainment for both royalty and commoners.
A brigade commander said that sniffer dogs are the most reliable way of detecting IEDs.
Each team of 12 – 16 dogs must go from Anchorage all the way to Nome.
At the pound, the other dogs admire Lady's license, as it is her way out of the pound.

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