from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Pasture.
- Of or pertaining to pasture; yielding pasture. Sometimes erroneously for pastoral.
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The visuals are incredibly clean and graphic; Nyeu refers to her style as "psychedelic pastural".
It reminds me of home; there are fields and cows and very pastural things.
One, on the west side, by Amanda Brewster Sewall, represents an Algerian pastural seen, showing country maids tendin 'their flocks; which proves that Algerian girls are first-rate lookin', and that dumb brutes in
The route strikes a grandmotherly chord again, as a beautifully pastural descent is a pleasant reminder, passing an enclave of homes, before arriving quickly at the base of the 4-kilometer climb of the
Mr Willocks says it put the value of pastural farming as $20.5 billion or 12% of GDP, and the value of increasing the rate of pasture improvement is an extra $1.6 billion at the farm gate or $3.2 billion at GDP level.
Mr Tuckey said recent purchase of the Toorale Station was wasteful as the now defunct station would not remain a livestock pastural grazing enterprise.
Passersby at the Square will be greeted by a 10 foot banner with pastural images of a cow, pig, chicken and sheep with the message, "Choose compassion with every bite.