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While pasturage there was.
In the pasturage along the road the wild oat heads were just clearing their scabbards.
Ten minutes later, they’d trotted into well-grazed pasturage that stood before a farm.
We are looking for pasturage for our starving herd and we do this by the authority of their owners!.
In looking for pasturage in the ruggedness of those mountains, Joshua and Caleb found what they had been told of.
They had in fact nothing to wish for, but the marriage of Colonel Brandon and Marianne, and rather better pasturage for their cows.
The other went on talking agriculture, cattle, pasturage, filling out with banal phrases all the gaps where an allusion might slip in.

The old man made the decision to overwinter here and shortly after they had settled in, the rains came, turning the dry grassland into green pasturage.
When this pasturage which God produces for animals ripens and draws the necessary matters, then it stores them inside, you see it turns to be desiccated and stiff.
It had never been difficult to find pasturage nearby for them in this good land, but this year had been superlative and he had gladly presented a much larger tithe at the harvest festival.
His shining eyes held fast to the horizon, and he seemed to be listening for some sound that was wanting from that inland acreage, vocal as it was with the cheerful music of pasturage and farmyard.
More rains than usual had come which would keep the pastures green longer, they had been told by the few who would talk to them, but finally the urgency to search for summer pasturage was upon them.
Having shepherded the last of the exhausted stragglers into the already settled encampment, Moshe, on seeing that the motley herd had already been bedded down next to whatever pasturage was available, slim as that appeared to be, headed to the tent of Moses and Aaron.
Leaving the water-side, where rushes stood thick and tall in a stream that was becoming sluggish and low, he wandered country-wards, crossed a field or two of pasturage already looking dusty and parched, and thrust into the great sea of wheat, yellow, wavy, and murmurous, full of quiet motion and small whisperings.
The replies this theory gives to historical questions are like the replies of a man who, watching the movements of a herd of cattle and paying no attention to the varying quality of the pasturage in different parts of the field, or to the driving of the herdsman, should attribute the direction the herd takes to what animal happens to be at its head.

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