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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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Girls are better off than boys, getting around pounds 8.
In 1995, Channel 4's Brookside was getting around 9 million viewers during the Trevor Jordache murder story.
They see their proposals as a way of getting around the influence of the health care professional associations and labour unions which prevent productive use of personnel.
They told us about getting around in Bogota, beef on the menu in Buenos Aires, even where to get a good martini in San Jose.
And there's no getting around this year's short-term debt delinquency rate in the sector of more than 13%.
The Plaid Cymru MP, who speaks in Parliament on agriculture and the environment said dairy farmers would now be getting around 26p per litre if they had received the price increases imposed by supermarkets.
Some older individuals are still driving a car and getting around, but they have decided to move into a community of seniors where meals are served.
Getting around in Tokyo can be a hassle, especially when you have to change subways so many times, and you don't want to pay [yen] 3,000 or so for even a short taxi ride.
I have difficulty getting around and this scooter is a great help in getting around.
Kitwana's interest is in addressing the crisis facing black youth, and he recognizes that there is no getting around hip hop in the process.
I just get a kick out of the fact that at my age I'm getting around so much.
The contemporary cliche is no less facile: Today's artists are supposed to be extra clever when it comes to getting out, getting around, and getting over.