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bullock

(bo͝ol′ək)
n.
1. A castrated bull; a steer.
2. A young bull.

bullock

a mature castrated male cattle destined for meat production or draft.
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New Delhi [India], Dec 05 ( ANI ): The Supreme Court on Tuesday submitted Maharashtra government's appeal challenging Bombay High Court's order of banning bullock cart races in the state, and listed the case for Monday.
I'm just grateful I can do it," Bullock said in a statement.
Bullock to its board of directors effective immediately, the company said.
When I look at Laila, there's no doubt in my mind that she was supposed to be here," Bullock, 51, told People.
Mr Bullock certainly deserves a good rest after all those years of getting up before dawn.
A COURT has heard an emergency call made by frightened actress Sandra Bullock after she spotted a stalker in her home.
MISSING out on a GB call-up represented a disappointing end to a wonderful year of success for young climber Sam Bullock.
So says Fraser Bullock, co-founder and managing director at SORENSON CAPITAL.
Duncan Simpson, 49, who is confined to a wheelchair, was grabbed around the neck by 23-year-old Nathan Bullock - who then grabbed his mobile phone and made off.
Mary Louise Rieger Bullock signs a five-year lease with Stephen Hoskyn to farm 718 tillable acres, 3.
Sandra Bullock probably didn't expect she'd be the one defending herself against the insurance company that's supposed to shell out the dough if its client gets sued, but that's what's going down.
He, his brother Shaun and Jamie Bullock were all caught in the police operation "Morocco" targeting drug dealers in the Gresham area of Middlesbrough.