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  • noun Plural form of stockyard.

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Examples

  • I think it's because they don't shoot the animals full of hormones in stockyards.

    Exploring Mexico's Markets

  • First they will gather samples from places such as stockyards, waste-treatment plants or rivers.

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  • Imported Irish and Chinese workers fueled industry, especially the railroads, foundries, and stockyards of a growing America.

    Vito de la Cruz: Immigration Truths

  • A product of stockyards and steel mills and secretarial schools.

    Day of Honey

  • "He went down like a cow in the stockyards getting hit with a mallet," Keuper said years later, with fiendish delight.

    Green Bay Lines Up Against Chicago

  • Imported Irish and Chinese workers fueled industry, especially the railroads, foundries, and stockyards of a growing America.

    Vito de la Cruz: Immigration Truths

  • The new heavy weight was a local boy who had been employed carrying parts of carcasses in the stockyards until he had an accident which affected his reasoning power.

    Hemingway's Libidinous Feast

  • Imported Irish and Chinese workers fueled industry, especially the railroads, foundries, and stockyards of a growing America.

    Vito de la Cruz: Immigration Truths

  • The new heavy weight was a local boy who had been employed carrying parts of carcasses in the stockyards until he had an accident which affected his reasoning power.

    Hemingway's Libidinous Feast

  • Imported Irish and Chinese workers fueled industry, especially the railroads, foundries, and stockyards of a growing America.

    Vito de la Cruz: Immigration Truths

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