from The Century Dictionary.
- Barren; not giving milk: same as
- noun A Middle English form of
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Well, not necessary true: this depends on the yeld of munition, measured in megatonnes.
But in practice it is only deficit of arable land and its yeld is now limiting factor.
"Avoid undercover or other surreptitious methods of gathering information except when traditional open methods will not yeld information vital to the public."
They thinke so many wounded were the rest would yeld for grace.
To yeld our selues, as first we ment they still did shoot the more.
But then problems began to appear -- yeld, transportation, industrial -- a very anguishing battle again, a daily problem in production, the harvest in the face of a reality that became increasingly more obvious.
Euen so cannot our vulgar Poesie shew it self either gallant or gorgious, if any lymme be left naked and bare and not clad in his kindly clothes and coulours, such as may conuey them somewhat our of sight, that is from the common course of ordinary speach and capacitie of the vulgar iudgement, and yet being artificially handled must needes yeld it much more bewtie and commendation.
 Then he went on the road of Midluachar to Cuib, where he was wont to be with the yeld cow of Darè, and he tore up the earth there.
"There shall be given to him [W. 1747.] the yeld cattle and the noblest of the captive women of the booty, and his sling shall be checked from the hosts, for not pleasant is the thunder-feat he works on them every evening."
Dukes of Britaine their ancient friends and allies, against the outrages of the French kings: and why may not the Queene our soueraine Lady with like honor and godly zele yeld protection to the people of the Low countries, her neerest neighbours to rescue them a free people from the
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