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  • verb Present participle of pasture.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Nibiru -- according to Jensen, Merodach as he who went about among the stars "pasturing" them like sheep, as stated in the Babylonian story of the Creation (or Bel and the Dragon).

    The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria

  • Came the day when I moved my goats on to other brush-impregnable hillsides, with following in their wake my cattle, pasturing knee-deep in the succulent grasses that grew where before had been only brush.

    Chapter 8

  • The healthier milk is the result of cows grazing on fresh grass; since USDA recently passed strict regulations requiring the pasturing of organic dairy cows, it stands to reason that American organic milk offers the same increased nutritional benefit.

    Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: Is Organic Milk A Hoax?

  • The old Swiss peasant name for the Alps is Geissbergen, literally "Goat Mountains," land purposeful only for pasturing tough meat.

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland

  • The healthier milk is the result of cows grazing on fresh grass; since USDA recently passed strict regulations requiring the pasturing of organic dairy cows, it stands to reason that American organic milk offers the same increased nutritional benefit.

    Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: Is Organic Milk A Hoax?

  • She could understand it -- understand the green crabs with white - bleached claws that scuttled before her and which she could see pasturing on green-weeded rocks when the tide was low.

    CHAPTER XV

  • "It's in fields like that I've seen my mares a-pasturing," he said.

    CHAPTER XVII

  • We immediately bought the next section, allowing the former owner to continue pasturing his cows there in perpetuity rent-free.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • But this he refused to do, because of the devastation such close pasturing would produce.

    Chapter XXV

  • The healthier milk is the result of cows grazing on fresh grass; since USDA recently passed strict regulations requiring the pasturing of organic dairy cows, it stands to reason that American organic milk offers the same increased nutritional benefit.

    Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: Is Organic Milk A Hoax?

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