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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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Perhaps the cycling clubs might encourage their members to adopt a safer way of getting round our area.
I'm looking forward to some lie-ins and getting round to some muchneeded work on the house, garage and garden
Some people are getting round it but the police haven't arrived yet.
TJFA Under-12s Division One Grangetown 5 Greatham B 1 MARK Gent opened the scoring for Grangetown, picking up a Dan Bean header and getting round the keeper for a clean shot.
Removing horrific abuses of power in Africa, as everywhere else is desirable, but this Court does not seem to have the right way of getting round the problem.
DAVID Cameron is finally getting round to try to repeal the Hunting Act.
The source added that it was Beckham's New Year resolution and he's finally getting round to it.
Is this not a wonderful way of getting round any ban?
James Forshaw, who works for Context Information Security, found a way of getting round the software's in-built defences, which could have been exploited by hackers.
The runner's British passport was fast-tracked in time for the Los Angeles Games, getting round the ban on South Africa competing due to apartheid.
It's not just about getting round the table and then asking what are we going to talk about.
But NHS trusts are getting round the rule by averaging hours over six months, Channel 4's Dispatches programme will reveal.