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converted or adapted to domestic use

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accustomed to home life

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At the eastern end of the city he turned toward the south, continuing his way to the south side of the wall along which were the pens and corrals where the herbivorous flocks were fattened for the herds of domesticated lions within the city.
These are essential traits of the wolf and the wild-dog when they have become domesticated, and these traits White Fang possessed in unusual measure.
The leaves are collected as fodder for domesticated animals, and can also be cooked and made into vegetable curry for human consumption.
ABSTRACT: Changes in the concentrations of mineral and organic substances in moose milk during lactation were examined in relation to lactation stage and nutritional (dry matter) intake by domesticated taiga moose.
A Thai nongovernmental organization urged the government Friday not to allow the planned export of 10 domesticated elephants to Guam for commercial purposes.
parent cannot use the foreign corporation's NOL carryovers when it is domesticated in the U.
The giant tiger is the dominant prawn species farmed in Asia and Australia, but progress in producing domesticated stocks on a commercial scale has been slow.
Perhaps Alaez's aesthetic boils down to this: managing to remain inoffensive and domesticated while demonstrating an unquestionable flair for seizing on the festive energies of a juvenile public.
Thus, for example, changes in skin coloration and the character and color of hair, the form of the face, dentition, and the weight and variability of domesticated animals are not simply the result of controlled breeding.
All dogs other than domesticated dogs, including but not limited to hyena, dingo, jackal, dhole, fennec, zorro, bush dog, and aardwolf.
He says the domesticated llamas, alpacas, turkeys, and dogs of America could not pull it off either.
Of some 200,1500 species of plants known to us, only a few thousand are eaten by humans, and of these just a few hundred have been domesticated in any way.
Of the large terrestrial, herbivorous or omnivorous mammals, Eurasia had 72 species of which 13 were domesticated, sub-Saharan Africa had 51 of which none were domesticated, the Americas had 24 of which one (the llama) was domesticated, and Australia had one (the red kangaroo) which was not domesticated.
Assign your class the task of listing the crops domesticated by Indians north of Mexico.
The initial absence of domesticated animals from their households explains in part why they appeared to require instruction, but the main problem lay in the fact that their farmers were so often female.