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“Then did we two set on you four; and, with a word, out-faced you from your prize, and have it; yea, and can show it you here in the house: and, Falstaff, you carried your guts away as nimbly, with as quick dexterity, and roared for mercy and still run and roared, as ever I heard bull-calf.”
“And meanwhile quite a crowd had gathered in the village round the thoroughbred bull-calf and the horses.”
“The Lytchkovs, father and son, caught in their meadows two cart-horses, a pony, and a broad-faced Aalhaus bull-calf, and with the help of red-headed Volodka, son of the blacksmith Rodion, drove them to the village.”
“In the evening the engineer sent five roubles for the damage, and the two horses, the pony and the bull-calf, without being fed or given water, returned home, their heads hanging with a guilty air as though they were convicted criminals.”
“I remember he had a fight with a little bull-calf, about a week old, that came in with a wild heifer, and Aileen made as much of his pluck as if it had been a mallee scrubber.”
“Then two boys vainly trying to urge a young bull-calf to the lake.”
“They started as if the skies had opened, dropped their stones, and crept very much diminished after the see-sawing bull-calf.”
“My next visit was to the cattle, which consists of two stallions, six mares, and two colts; besides sixteen cows, two cow-calves, and one bull-calf, which were brought out by the”
“He read the paragraph to them, and added, ‘I wonder, now, whether that could be your bull-calf Peter?’”
“Bull — that he was no other than their own bull-calf.”
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