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Mustang - Sports
... Mustangs IHC, an Australian ice hockey team SMU Mustangs, the nickname for athletic teams of Southern Methodist University Billings Mustangs, a MiLB located in Billings ...
List Of Fullmetal Alchemist Characters - Other Characters - State Military - Jean Havoc
... Jean Havoc (ジャン・ハボック, Jan Habokku?) is one of Roy Mustang's most trusted subordinates ... that Arakawa developed prior to the series' start to help Mustang to create fire to fight homunculus Lust ... He was recruited by Mustang for his loyalty and general sincerity, as well as his above average shooting skills ...
Lo Manthang
... Lo Manthang is a medieval walled city and Village Development Committee in Mustang District in the Dhawalagiri Zone of northern Nepal ... range, Lo Manthang served as the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Mustang, which survives as the Kingdom of Lo (or "Upper Mustang" (the northern two-thirds of the present-day Mustang ...
Comparison Of P-51 Variants - Allison-engined Mustangs - A-36 Apache/Invader (NA-97)
... bought more fighters but was willing instead to initiate a higher level of Mustang production at North American by using USAAC funds earmarked for ground-attack aircraft when pursuit aircraft funding ... This model became the first USAAF Mustang to see combat ... was passed to the British who gave it the name Mustang Mk I (Dive Bomber) ...
Mustang (advertisement)
... Mustang is a 2004 television and cinema advertising campaign promoting Guinness-brand draught stout ... Midwestern United States, where he is instructed to train wild mustangs ... A prisoner stares down one of the mustangs before opening the gate to release him ...

Famous quotes containing the word mustang:

    A work in progress quickly becomes feral. It reverts to a wild state overnight. It is barely domesticated, a mustang on which you one day fastened a halter, but which now you cannot catch. It is a lion you cage in your study. As the work grows, it gets harder to control; it is a lion growing in strength. You must visit it every day and reassert your mastery over it. If you skip a day, you are, quite rightly, afraid to open the door to its room.
    Annie Dillard (b. 1945)