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1. HE claims humanity as his children and uses us to cull.
2. Weary from too many hours of sleep, they cull language from dreams.
3. They started operation Cull the Dull before the first Kyoto Protocols.
4. A controversial deer cull had occupied the headlines several years previously.
5. Their speech about returning to the resort might have been a ploy to cull her out of hiding.
6. I can tell you where it laid waiting for sentience to come cull the excess to create this tool.
7. In truth, though, old Big‘un didn‘t cull his groceries—if he could catch it he would eat it.

8. Also, placing a bounty on these dangerous insects would encourage the public to assist in the cull.
9. Magazines say they can scarcely afford the manpower to cull through the piles looking for the Next Big Thing.
10. The broadcasts were full of reports about the soldiers that had been sent to the Isle of Wight to cull all the infected cats.
11. It was my idea to stay back at the site of the cull and to wait for their gun toting leader to return to discover the wages of his sin.
12. The day the Americans arrived many of the inmates had been slaughtered by the camp commandants but I was allowed to hide by a guard and survived the final cull.
13. With all its imperfections, however, if you can, from the mass of facts, cull any one which may be useful or interesting, I shall be fully compensated by the pleasure of having furnished it, for any trouble I may have been at in doing so.
14. Oh yes you can, as the head of the family that makes you responsible, your family has become a liability, I am in two minds whether to just kill you or to cull the whole family, now for the last time where are those two stupid nephews of yours?
15. Greenpeace began in Canada in 1969 with the call to ‘Save the Whale’ from being hunted to extinction and to stop Canada’s annual seal cull; it played a key part in getting an international moratorium on whaling and boosting international sales of whale music.
1. I’ve been culling them too close, he thought.
2. As Annalisa chatted with us (‘Why are they culling.
3. Culling or shooting of pigeons is often ineffective as.
4. Obviously, with his new identity, he was one not to be included in the culling, the killing.
5. Neill emphasized the importance of assessing the crowd’s view by culling information from the print media.
6. A parallel situation exits on the web, where the challenge is culling the desired information from the vast stores of information available.
7. And what proponent of culling this lower species or that one, would play so fast and loose with controlling the population of his own?
8. Similarly, the contrarian trader’s skill in culling suitable media content that accurately reflects the tenor or the time is built only through experience.
9. Of all involved in the Clegg sting, he and Delmage had spent the most time together and it was they who had organised with precision the culling of the ranks.
10. After years of culling through academic research and running them through his simulations, Petainen has developed 11 variables he screens for before he buys stocks for his portfolios.
11. This included training boys after age seven in military schools, belonging to military clubs though age thirty, culling out weak infants, and training girls to be hardy and fit to produce strong lads.
1. Culled, is a sugar-coated word that means killed.
2. By mid-morning, I had culled a third of my belongings.
3. Unfortunately, many Havanese were culled without mercy.
4. Thus, more return is often culled from these debt states, simply.
5. Had they went on with their plan, they would have been culled like sheep.
6. The population was culled by accidents, occasional pestilence, the females by overbreeding.
7. When they left, I culled my resupply box, organizing my food into a pile to pack into Monster.
8. Subsequently he enclosed a bloom of edelweiss culled on the heights, as he said, in my honour.
9. As she culled through her father’s letter, she gathered that all was well at home, and felt glad about that.
10. Both the trend identification and the trade plan were culled from an actual plan for the week of July 15, 2013.
11. She also gave me access to all of the documents that were culled from her research using The Milton Greene Papers.
12. We culled out of the homeless vets assembled anyone with a rank of E-7 or higher and gave them command of a full company of eighty vets.
13. Nevertheless, with a small flock of chickens, the meat of a culled steer or dry cow, and all the milk and cheese they could want, the family remained well fed.
14. There are a few nontechnical pieces of information to review for your stocks, and then the list should be culled to be able to focus on a select list of a few names.
15. The best of each generation were taken, allowed to mature to adulthood, while the others were culled from existence, and from this batch the process was started over.
16. Before Hill starts seriously sifting through the boards, he develops his macro themes, mostly culled from Web research and forum postings from other investors he respects.
17. The canteen truck was staffed by mess sergeants that were again culled from the ranks and I was thankful for Lori and Tempie who had made another decision that made me look good.
18. I wouldn't advise it to the majority of new writers though, it can be soul destroying watching the stuff you're most proud of being culled from the work because it's not 'x' series.
19. It was obvious that the population needed to be decreased, but by how many and how quickly could it be carried out? With fewer people to support, all the other manufacturing could be culled back.
20. She had to pick up eighteen thousand mercenaries, contractors in the more polite parlance of the news media, from a planet that specialized in training such personnel culled from prisons all over the galaxy.
21. From the existential conflict of naively wanting to will an ideal is culled a capitulating cynicism that abdicates reality for virtuality, where the dream of the ideal has been recreated in the GameWorld of Anime-me-heroes.
22. Sawkins said that Socialism was a lot of bloody rot, and Crass expressed the opinion - which he had culled from the delectable columns of the Obscurer - that it meant robbing the industries for the benefit of the idle and thriftless.
23. Maryanne Reed allowed me access to her complete collection of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia, most of which was culled from the files of the newspaper Hollywood Citizen-News and the Woman’s Home Companion, both of which are now defunct.
24. In the process that Jane outlines, she takes her images and any associated sounds and indexes them using a controlled vocabulary culled from a textbook—in which all images related to the heart are referred to as cardiac, for example.
25. The bot can handle most e-mail queries, supplying answers culled from past interactions with live customer service reps, and, on the rare occasions when the system can’t adequately resolve a customer’s issues, can pass the customer on to a live rep.
26. What quantities of French phrases I culled from those books for Kolpikoff’s benefit if I should ever meet him again, as well as for HERS, when at length I should find her and reveal to her my love! For them both I prepared speeches which should overcome them as soon as spoken! Upon novels, too, I founded new ideals of the moral qualities which I wished to attain.
1. Basically, the regular hunts and culls just stopped.
2. So they ruin all the good stuff, while all they feed us are the culls and.
3. Newborn seals cannot swim and are easy to catch—thousands are massacred by hunters and in culls each year by simply walking among them on the ice and clubbing them.
4. This boy we had often seen, and bought his flowers, out of pure compassion, and nothing more; but just at this time as he stood presenting us his basket, a sudden whim, a start of wayward fancy, seized Louisa; and, without consulting me, she calls him in, and beginning to examine his nosegays, culls out two, one for herself, another for me, and pulling out half a crown, very currently gives it him to change, as if she had really expected he could have changed it: but the boy, scratching his head, made his signs explain his inability in place of words, which he could not, with all his struggles, articulate.
5. And by that way wend the herds innumerable of bellwethers and flushed ewes and shearling rams and lambs and stubble geese and medium steers and roaring mares and polled calves and longwoods and storesheep and Cuffe's prime springers and culls and sowpigs and baconhogs and the various different varieties of highly distinguished swine and Angus heifers and polly bulllocks of immaculate pedigree together with prime premiated milchcows and beeves: and there is ever heard a trampling, cackling, roaring, lowing, bleating, bellowing, rumbling, grunting, champing, chewing, of sheep and pigs and heavyhooved kine from pasturelands of Lusk and Rush and Carrickmines and from the streamy vales of Thomond, from the M'Gillicuddy's reeks the inaccessible and lordly Shannon the unfathomable, and from the gentle declivities of the place of the race of Kiar, their udders distended with superabundance of milk and butts of butter and rennets of cheese and farmer's firkins and targets of lamb and crannocks of corn and oblong eggs in great hundreds, various in size, the agate with this dun.

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