Dark Horse Books

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Jerry Beck - Bibliography - As Contributor
... Milwaukie, Oregon Dark Horse Books ... Milwaukie, Oregon Dark Horse Books ... Milwaukie, Oregon Dark Horse Books ...
Rex Mundi (Dark Horse Comics) - Collected Editions
... Are The Meek", Webcomic (Image Comics) Image Comics ISBN 978-1-58240-341-0 February 18, 2004 Dark Horse Books ISBN 978-1-59307-652-8 November 1, 2 ... The River ...
Horse - Interaction With Humans - Care
... Main article Horse care See also Equine nutrition, Horse grooming, Veterinary medicine, and Farrier Horses are grazing animals, and their major source of ... Therefore, a 450-kilogram (990 lb) adult horse could eat up to 11 kilograms (24 lb) of food ... Horses require a plentiful supply of clean water, a minimum of 10 US gallons (38 L) to 12 US gallons (45 L) per day ...
Yorkshire Coach Horse
... The Yorkshire Coach Horse is an extinct horse breed once native to England ... It was a large, strong, bay or brown horse with dark legs, mane and tail ... It was said to be "a longer-legged carriage horse with unmatched ability for a combination of speed, style, and power" and "a tall, elegant carriage horse" ...

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