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BE

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for BELGIUM.
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The white horse was still galloping in the direction of the Loire, at the extremity of which, melting into the vapors of the water, a little sail appeared, wave-balanced like a water-butterfly.
Instantly the horse rolls over with a heavy shock, and whilst struggling on the ground, the Gaucho, holding the lazo tight, makes a circle, so as to catch one of the hind legs just beneath the fetlock, and draws it close to the two front legs: he then hitches the lazo, so that the three are bound together.
Rostov stopped his horse for a moment on a hillock to see what was going on, but strain his attention as he would he could not understand or make out anything of what was happening: there in the smoke men of some sort were moving about, in front and behind moved lines of troops; but why, whither, and who they were, it was impossible to make out.
They set out; after a run of two leagues, Musqueton's horse sank.
The tribe consists of four bands, which have their nestling- places in fertile, well-wooded valleys, lying among the Rocky Mountains, and watered by the Big Horse River and its tributary streams; but, though these are properly their homes, where they shelter their old people, their wives, and their children, the men of the tribe are almost continually on the foray and the scamper.
Should have, but didn't manage it,' said Vasili Andreevich, holding in the horse.
His father too possessed a horse which he often used to take out into the fields to graze.
Well, my Highness would like some oats," declared the horse.
I understand," said Jack, cheerfully "That's the kind of horse you are now sitting on.
The poor horse was very melancholy, and wandered up and down in the wood, seeking some little shelter from the cold wind and rain.
Each warrior has his horse tied by one foot at night to a stake planted before his lodge.
His horse was drifting up the street in the most mysterious manner--side first, with his head towards one side of the way, and his tail towards the other.