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And when these words had been repeated until Cadmus was tired of hearing them (especially as he could not imagine what cow it was, or why he was to follow her), the gusty hole gave vent to another sentence.
"Where the stray cow lies down, there is your home."
The great quantity of honey that is gathered, and a prodigious number of cows that is kept here, have often made me call Abyssinia a land of honey and butter.
Dorothy was shocked to see that the cow had broken her leg off, and that the pail was lying in several small pieces, while the poor milkmaid had a nick in her left elbow.
My cow has broken her leg, and I must take her to the mender's shop and have it glued on again.
And Levin, to turn the conversation, explained to Darya Alexandrovna the theory of cow-keeping, based on the principle that the cow is simply a machine for the transformation of food into milk, and so on.
General principles, as to the cow being a machine for the production of milk, she looked on with suspicion.
"How shall I know Sea Cow when I meet him?" said Kotick, sheering off.
While my mother talked I and the cow with the white face stood still and watched, and the baby Baleka cried aloud.
It was not the expression of the valley's consciousness that beautiful Tess had arrived, but the ordinary announcement of milking-time--half-past four o'clock, when the dairymen set about getting in the cows.
Hans told him what had happened, how he was dry, and wanted to milk his cow, but found the cow was dry too.
I was even more surprised and touched at this action than I had been at the tears of the cow.
He took us down to see his chickens, and his cow that was grazing on the hillside.
For example, if my neighbour has a mind to my cow, he has a lawyer to prove that he ought to have my cow from me.
Namgay Doola, men said, had gone forth in the night and with a sharp knife had cut off the tail of a cow belonging to the rabbit-faced villager who had betrayed him.