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  • The most emblematic and controversial practice of biodynamic s is the practice of burying a cowhorn stuffed with manure at the time of the autumnal equinox.

    Biodynamics: Natural Wonder or Just a Horn of Manure?

  • The specific practices of biodynamic viticulture can sound a little wacky — like burying a cowhorn packed with manure in the vineyard — although many of these practices have an intuitive logic.

    Mr. Joly's Particularly Pure Terroir

  • Singing into his trumpet to produce eerie overtones, and even playing a brief bluesy snatch on a Swedish cowhorn, Hardenberger explored unsuspected sonorities that sheered out of and then merged back into the orchestra.

    LSO/Harding/Hardenberger

  • The next saturday, i'm back in the same stand, and a nice cowhorn spike walked within spittin distance. i painfully let him go in hopes of a bigger one. my wish was granted about 10 that mornin when i nice buck that looked to be about 17 or 18 in. inside appeared!!! my luck was changin!!!!

    Bad Juju Among the Shed Heads

  • One of the soldiers raised a trumpet, a long cone of silvery metal rather than a cowhorn, and blew a piercing two-note call.

    Lord of the Isles

  • It was sitting in a bowl made of cowhorn, jumbled with a collection of bone buttons, string, and other bits of rubbish.

    Drums of Autumn

  • Warning: Do not use the ‘cowhorn’ forcep to take out a baby molar.

    Chapter 6

  • Odd things that he found in the woods he would bring to his shanty: curled sticks, feathers, bones, skulls, fungus, shells, an old cowhorn -- things that interested him, he did not know why.

    Two Little Savages Being the adventures of two boys who lived as Indians and what they learned

  • He describes his adventures to Gutrune until Gunther's boat is seen approaching, when Hagen seizes a cowhorn and calls the tribesmen to welcome their chief and his bride.

    The Perfect Wagnerite, Commentary on the Ring

  • "For pulling the roots of the upper molars we use the cowhorn forceps," continued the dentist, monotonously.

    McTeague

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