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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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Here's Mike," said the clerk, getting down from his stool, and approaching Mr.
Jo comes out of Tom-all-Alone's, meeting the tardy morning which is always late in getting down there, and munches his dirty bit of bread as he comes along.
Should I succeed in getting down to the boats, I will make known the condition in which I have left you, and measures may then be taken to secure our escape.
Her feeble voice sounded so far away in her bundle of shawls, and the sound of another voice addressing her seemed to take such a long time in getting down to her ears, that she might have been lying at the bottom of a well.
Without lifting her eyes from the page she replied: "I presume she's getting down her trunk.
From one of these spells he was wakened by the stoppage of the cab; and, getting down, found himself in quite a country road, the last lamp of the suburb shining some way below, and the high walls of a garden rising before him in the dark.
The general was stout and tall, the president offered him the side of the railing to assist him in getting down.
EX-LIVERPOOL boss Brendan Rodgers has proposed to his girlfriend Charlotte Searle by getting down on one knee in Times Square.
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 admitted it felt bizarre to run off after getting down on one knee.