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Synonyms for bullock

young bull

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castrated bull

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The bullocks and the camel said, half aloud, "Afraid of Two Tails--what nonsense
We don't, but we have to pull the guns," said the bullocks.
I can see inside my head what will happen when a shell bursts, and you bullocks can't.
But it is not here," said the camel and the bullocks.
Yes, we have been here all night," said the bullocks.
said the camel with a gurgle, and Two Tails and the bullocks repeated, "Hukm hai
The man who walks at your head--Or sits on your back--Or holds the nose rope--Or twists your tail," said Billy and the troop-horse and the camel and the bullocks one after the other.
The bullocks went off into the long hissing snorts that Indian cattle give, and pushed and crowded and slued and stamped and slipped and nearly fell down in the mud, grunting savagely.
Mule, horse, elephant, or bullock, he obeys his driver, and the driver his sergeant, and the sergeant his lieutenant, and the lieutenant his captain, and the captain his major, and the major his colonel, and the colonel his brigadier commanding three regiments, and the brigadier the general, who obeys the Viceroy, who is the servant of the Empress.
Over 50 farmers entered pairs of bullocks in the competition.
The Welsh Assembly Government had ordered the bullock's slaughter to protect public and animal health, but monks in the small settlement, who believe bullocks are sacred, started a legal battle.
Featured in the sale was an outstanding selection of Blue Grey and Galloway bullocks which sold at rates well in advance of vendors' expectations.
But never mind the Bullocks crowd - here's the sex pistols: In future episodes, a formidable trio (Powers Boothe, Kim Dickens and Ricky Jay) open their own hotel/brothel in competition with Swearengen.
In 1987, he was named president of Bullocks Wilshire, then a specialized fashion group owned by Federated.
In June 1999, the Bullocks joined 40 others, including a Buddhist nun, to embark on an interfaith pilgrimage that retraced the trans-Atlantic journey of slaves from West Africa to this country.