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  • v. Present participle of bull.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A method of detaching loosened masses of rock from their bed by exploding gunpowder which has been poured into the fissures.

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  • July 23rd, 2009 3: 00 pm ET catch up nra your once jim crow bulling is going going gone the american people are much smarter now no one judge has that much power don, t be scared that your guns will vanish you can still go hunting with your bow and arrows LOL.

    NRA warns senators on Sotomayor vote; CoC backs her

  • He was just kind of bulling our guys out of the way. ...

    USATODAY.com - Maryland's Baxter, Dixon have senior moment

  • For a time the "bulling" of the loan was successful, but again and again required the use of funds received from actual sales of bonds and in the end the loan netted very little to the Confederacy.

    Great Britain and the American Civil War

  • You asked gardeners about business, which you knew was good with that ever-hungry and spendthrift British Army "bulling" the market.

    My Second Year of the War

  • [45] For example, every cattle farmer is familiar with the phenomenon of "bulling," cows mounting other cows; in fact, this is one of the standard signs farmers look for when determining that a cow is coming into estrus.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • [8] For example, every cattle farmer is familiar with the phenomenon of "bulling", cows mounting other cows; in fact, this is one of the standard signs farmers look for when determining that a cow is coming into estrus.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • [348] For example, every cattle farmer is familiar with the phenomenon of "bulling," cows mounting other cows; in fact, this is one of the standard signs farmers look for when determining that a cow is coming into estrus.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • [344] For example, every cattle farmer is familiar with the phenomenon of "bulling," cows mounting other cows; in fact, this is one of the standard signs farmers look for when determining that a cow is coming into estrus.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • [345] For example, every cattle farmer is familiar with the phenomenon of "bulling," cows mounting other cows; in fact, this is one of the standard signs farmers look for when determining that a cow is coming into estrus.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • [326] For example, every cattle farmer is familiar with the phenomenon of "bulling," cows mounting other cows; in fact, this is one of the standard signs farmers look for when determining that a cow is coming into estrus.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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