from the herd

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  • The men kept about half a mile from the herd, and up even with the leaders. Cited from Blackfoot Lodge Tales, by George Bird Grinnell
  • These were the days when he lived apart from the herd. Cited from O Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1919, by Various
  • And because they can, they are different, and have to be shut away from the herd. Cited from Best British Short Stories, Ed. O'Brien & Cournos
  • It is hard to live alone, away from the herd. Cited from The Atlantic Book of Modern Plays, by Various
  • She has not yet observed that he is withdrawing himself from the herd. Cited from The Wrack of the Storm, by Maurice Maeterlinck
  • Usually the female gives birth away from the herd and if possible on a patch of snow.
  • "But why did you go away from the herd?" Cited from Umboo, the Elephant, by Howard R. Garis
  • Testing and removing positive animals from the herd is one method of control.
  • And then, when we missed it from the herd last night, I guessed what had come about. Cited from The Saddle Boys in the Grand Canyon, by James Carson
  • He'll suffer of course, suffer like an animal, and die like one -- away from the herd. Cited from The Desert and The Sown, by Mary Hallock Foote
  • But during the day there was always some steer -- often more than one -- that wanted to run away from the herd. Cited from The Boy Ranchers on the Trail, by Willard F. Baker
  • Infected animals should be completely isolated from the herd, and kept apart from other animals until after they have been treated. Cited from Common Diseases of Farm Animals, by R. A. Craig
  • At any time one may remove as many sheep (of either color) as one wishes from the herd.
  • One control method is to test for the disease and remove infected cattle from the herd.
  • He orders his wrangler Ali bring the best horse from the herd.
  • They distinguish us from the herd of common animals. Cited from Common Sense, by Thomas Paine
  • He was still busy at this when the nester returned with half a dozen cattle cut out from the herd. Cited from A Man Four-Square, by William MacLeod Raine
  • He was so good as to distinguish us from the herd of our miserable associates. Cited from Manon Lescaut by the Abbe Prevost
  • Subadult bulls were driven from the herd, and if they did not escape quickly enough, they were killed.
  • The second victim singled out from the herd was secured in the same manner as the first. Cited from Sketches of Natural History of Ceylon, by J. Emerson Tennent
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