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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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Most of the buildings we've picked up are getting along with their sponsors and salability is fair," said Greenberg.
As an old noncentenarian, I was getting along very well with "Making sense of centenarians" (SN: 3/10/01, p.
But despite the pair getting along well, Tobey soon confessed that he had had a fancy for model Rachel Hunter, the estranged wife of rocker Rod.
She said: "Blackie is getting along fine, although I think he still yearns for his old life at the mill.
I have spent way too many years with people I wasn't getting along with at the time, and when you have the change to step away from the situation, you understand, how meaningless half of those life threatening' quarrels were It really minimizes what you accomplished as a band.
Students need exercise--and gym teaches important lessons on getting along with others.
As well, there's a long history of ballet and opera companies not getting along well together in shared spaces because we function differently, but I hope we can make this work.
It's] `Look at all these cultures that are able to come here--and different religions, different types of people--and we're converging on the same stage, and we're all getting along.
Even more to the point, getting along in a pluralistic society requires that while all faiths are respected, none are enshrined--officially or otherwise--in our government or its policies.
So have a talk with your sister about this when the two of you are getting along.
Since 1997, Slessor was getting along fine as the head of a single district--Waverly-Shell Rock--that has 2,000 students in seven schools.
Almost like a koala, Jones had made a bunya pine his home for several weeks, building a small shelter to protect himself from the elements, getting along well with neighboring opossums, and providing inspiration for those on the ground.