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“Chupa cabra is brazilian for goat sucker, not goat eater.”
“The cabra are the only ruminants eating the capim grass.”
“The cabra is a species of worm which breeds in the wood that happens to be immersed in water, and are found in such parts of the river wherein trees have fallen.”
“But when I told them that the _cabra_ they pointed out was only a goat, they screamed with laughter, and rolled on the grass in wild delight to think that a man had come to their island who would call a cabra a goat.”
“[Illustration: The man who called a cabra a goat.]”
“Many settled in migrant-friendly Cabramatta ( "cabra" is an aboriginal name for a tasty freshwater grub; "matta" is a point of land).”
“Because Bernal is known for its candies, we stop at Dulces Artesanales Peña de Bernal, a delightful candy store that sells the locally made apple wine and a variety of candies including candied cactus fruit and traditional dulce de leche de cabra (a goat milk candy) whose varieties include strawberry, guava, walnut, fig and sesame seed.”
“They have deconstructed (I only use this word to get Gringal's cabra) the classic iceberg salad.”
“If this phrase gets Herbert's cabra, he should direct his indignation toward the nominee, not the erstwhile speaker.”
“La cabra hispánica en el Parque Nacional de Ordesa.”
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