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Pony

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 25 pounds.
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asked Laurie, leaning back and folding his arms, a proceeding which suited Amy, who preferred to drive, for her parasol whip and blue reins over the white ponies backs afforded her infinite satisfaction.
She couldn't understand it and did not venture to ask questions, so she shook her head and touched up her ponies, as the procession wound away across the arches of the Paglioni bridge and vanished in the church.
If I had coveted one of the little ponies of the Kro-lu country, imagine my state of mind when I came upon these magnificent creatures
More--he mortgaged all he possessed against the day of the auction, bought in the trained horses and ponies, the giraffe herd and the performing elephants, and, in six months more was quit of an of them, save the pony Repeater who turned air-springs, at another profit of fifteen thousand dollars.
I have heard of Shetland shawls and Shetland ponies.
At least I thought it was a circus, for I saw a red and black sort of cart and ever so many little ponies, and "
And before she knew what was happening, she was borne away to the barn and tumultuously introduced to three shaggy ponies and the gay new dog-cart.
THE fascinating world of the coal industry's pit ponies and horses is being explored at the National Coal Mining Museum for England.
THE number of abandoned ponies grazing on commons in South Wales is reaching "crisis" point, it has been claimed.
THE role which pit ponies played in the North East's mining industry will be celebrated today.
Now, a group of Welsh native ponies saved from a mass cull ordered by Henry VIII have been declared genetically unique - and scientists say they must be protected or they face being wiped out.
NATIVE Welsh ponies are unique, researchers at Aberystwyth University have found.