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  • Heck, they are even taming ferile Wisconsin hops in the hopes of deriving a pure Wisconsin breed that we can claim for our very own.

    I Hope You'll Follow Along To The End

  • We caught Minnie, a ferile cat, at a state park when I was ten.

    Cat « First 50 Words – Writing Prompts

  • He says it's a training exercise for the hunting season, and insists dogs, like his, keep down the population of ferile hogs, which in much of the south have become a "nuisance."

    CNN Transcript Jul 21, 2007

  • This ferile hog with a broken lower jaw was, according to police, the victim of a hog-dog fight.

    CNN Transcript Jul 21, 2007

  • A generation of pampered children who never grew up have turned the human race into those ferile Hawaiian cats, who, without any moral compunction (because they're cats) managed to decimate unique native species with the same gusto we are despoiling our entire planet and everyone on it.

    The Talking Dog

  • Bryan Kortis of Neighborhood Cats, a Manhattan rescue group, says the ferile cats are part of Mets lore, occasionally scampering across the field during games.

    --1010 WINS Newswatch Headlines

  • I had sex on my ferile days this month but I don't know if it was too soon for ovulation.

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  • The vast majority of Americans oppose the continuing, illegal occupation of Iraq; and no amount of smears and name-callings by the pusilanimous 28 per cent of ferile chickenhawks who support the Bushit criminal enterprise will vindicate your sleazy efforts to prove your patriotism by putting party before country, wrapping yourself in the flag, and insulting that majority and their exercise of the First Amendment right simply because the dishonest, such as you, disapprove of the content of their speech.

    Balkinization

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