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cull

  1. to take out (an animal, especially an inferior one) from a herd.
  2. to reduce the numbers of a population of animals by killing them, e.g. seal culls.

cull

the act of culling. Called also cast.
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Founded in 1956, Vince Cullers Advertising is the first African-American-owned, full-service advertising agency, Skovsted noted.
Poultry farmers and cullers are at increased occupational risk for exposure to avian influenza viruses.
Cullers on demonstrating the yield potential in today's elite soybean varieties," said Paul Schickler, DuPont vice president and general manager and president of Pioneer Hi-Bred.
It is great that BASF and ASA announced the 2008 scholarship in my honor," said Cullers.
CHWA, BE's 1999 Advertising Agency of the Year, had a gangbuster year with $61 million in billings, superlative creative for established clients such as Coors and Nissan, and by nabbing new accounts with Silicon Graphics, San Francisco International Airport, Census 2000 and BP Amoco--formerly a Vince Cullers Advertising account (Cullers is No.
com), the market leader in on-demand contact center software and agent optimization tools, announced the addition of Marc Cullers as Senior Vice President of Sales and Durinda Biesman as Vice President of Client Services.
In 2006, Missouri farmer Kip Cullers set a new world record in soybean production at 139 bushels per acre with Pioneer(R) brand soybean variety 94M80 (RR).
Of those advertising pioneers, only Vince Cullers Advertising, UniWorld Group and Burrell Communications (then Burrell McBain) remain today.