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  • noun Plural form of ewe.


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  • "We recently got £73 a head for 30 cull ewes, which is pretty much what we paid for them as two-tooths," he says.

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  • "I sold my cull ewes, so they're ewes that I've been using for breeding and are no longer able to be used in that situation, and I averaged $86.30 for those ewes, which is a very high price," she said.

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  • · 20 females which have had young ones: the mothers are called ewes;

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  • A chorus of second grade "ewes" filled the room when Faye mimed kissing Peter Fagan.

  • But enthusiasts throughout the UK have now built numbers up to around 2500 ewes which is a vast improvement from the dangerously low figure we faced 30 years ago, "said Mr Thompson who runs a flock of

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  • I.C. blood, they saw till they were wearied, and new-born kids and lambs, and rotund does and ewes.


  • A bunch of homophobe ancient goat herders who loved his ewes wrote the bible, ancient stories from ancient times, absolutely NONE OF IT WAS WRITEN BY SOME MADE UP MAGICAL INVISIBLE FAERIE IN THE SKY.

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  • The garden was not fenced and, during lambing season in 1892, the ewes of the old Saratoga Valley pioneer, George Ferris, got into the vegetables.

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  • Ten days ago the valley echoed with bleating as the flock was gathered, ewes separated out and transported to the home farm for shearing.

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  • Each of his 300 ewes will need a health "passport" to go on her high-altitude summer break and their shepherd, Mr. Sarres, will have his personal belongings winched down to a mountain hut by helicopter.

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