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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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The guard's eye lighted on me as he was getting down, and he said at the booking-office door:
But to my intense surprise, on getting down early the next morning, and eagerly opening the newspapers, there was not a word about the arrest
And the deputation, with many growls and scowls, filed off as quickly as the narrowness of the staircase would allow of their getting down.
He had a white rabbit in his breast; and when the little creature, getting down upon the ground, stole back into the cell, and he, being dismissed, crept timidly after it, I thought it would have been very hard to say in what respect the man was the nobler animal of the two.
THISs is the time for getting down to it in the garden, so make sure your tools are up to scratch.
The Victorian Coalition Government today announced $840,000 in funding over four years to Getting Down to Business, an initiative that supports young people starting their own enterprise.
Though the Republican National Convention festivities are beginning a day late, Texas delegates are already getting down to business - and discussing much more than the weather.
He said it was bizarre to run off after getting down on one knee.
He admitted it felt bizarre to run off after getting down on one knee.
We're just getting down and dirty with the next album.
Secretary of State Clinton is also hopeful of a resolution: "They are getting down to business.
They are getting down to business and they have begun to grapple with the core issues that can only be resolved through face-to-face negotiations," Clinton told reporters.