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  • The number of beef cattle stood at 1.4 million in 2000, the year the controversial land grab project began, but had now fallen to less than 125,000 - a 91 percent decline, according to the Cattle

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • John Dunhame senior the marke of his Cattle is a croch on the left eare. 3A son would often inherit or adapt his father's mark — a sensible policy if inheriting his father's livestock.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • Lieftennant Southworth the marke of his Cattle is a cropp on the left eare.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • She was called Cattle Kate by a Chicago newspaperman.

    Bird Cloud

  • We left Rouen Wednesday, October 4, 1916 at 4: 00 p.m. for the Somme, and departed on a Train Cattle Car - 30 Homme or 8 Cheval.

    The First World War Memoirs of Sampson J. Goodfellow, Part 8: The Somme and beyond

  • And when he followed up the loss, they told him it was beyond their control ... made him feel like he was traveling in Cattle Class rather than Business.

    United - Not the Way To Fly

  • Forever afterward, Steve and I referred to the Cattle Creek rescue as our honeymoon trip.

    Steve and Me

  • Cattle is nueter as is steer, definitely. sfmacaws

    Traduccion of "IT"

  • The lands on the far side of the strait called the Cattle-Crossing were rich in men, and rich in horses, too.

    Bridge of the Separator

  • Cattle from the Heirs of the Count of Espoz y Mina were added to the ganadería in 1908 and in 1926, from Juan Cobaleda, one of the last lots of cattle sold by him which were descended from D. Nazario Carriquiri.

    The foundational bull ranches

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