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flock

1. a group of one species of animal or bird which eats or travels or is kept together, e.g. flock of sheep, of wild geese.
2. wool or cotton particles or debris used as stuffing or packing.

flock ewe
not a stud ewe; a ewe kept for breeding or wool production.
flock ram
a ram mated to flock ewes.
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It characterizes the Little Flock leaders as "counter-revolutionaries," "reactionary forces," and "class enemies.
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His original flock of sheep were bought from the Scottish College of Agriculture in the 1980s, but after acquiring other top-rated sheep his flock has continued to improve.
The tested birds of flock 2 were under bio-accumulation stress of 25.
They're graced with lots of sunshine, a variety of food, the ability to exercise, a balanced flock, and a natural life cycle.
As your flock is molting, you may see a decrease, or even a complete halt, in egg production.
A flock regarded as unable or unworthy of discerning between good and bad fishes despite a lifetime's worth of religious teaching is a telltale sign of a failed messiah or, worse, a false one.
14 March 2016 - UK-based media and digital marketing communications company Dentsu Aegis Network has acquired Mexico-based creative digital agency Flock Advertising, the company said.
Fortunately, software developers Anizak recently released a smart solution to this problem in Flock, a NYC subway app that helps with directions, subway stops and much more.
In the same vein, a variety of other bird illnesses can cut through a flock rapidly without proper precautions and response plans.
The assembly yelp is given by the brood hen when a flock is scattered.
Each flock arrives with a "Flocked By Assumption School 8th Grade'' yard sign, and a letter to the recipients letting them know who sent the flock.