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pastoral

emanating from or pertaining to the use of land for pasture.

pastoral rearing
raising of young, after weaning, on pasture where they are more susceptible to nutritional deficiencies and parasitic infestation than young reared indoors.
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While the fragility of Western Australia's pastoral lands has been evident for decades, the report notes a dramatic reduction in monitoring and research since 2009 has contributed to a lack of understanding about land conditions at a lease level.
Among his topics are generic self-consciousness, the epilogue in the pastoral narrative, possible criticism of the Neronian regime, methodological remarks: pastoral versus elegy, threats for suicide, the Autumn and Winter Manual, linguistic realism, and the location of the singing match.
Both authors comment on the pastoral despite their different time periods and their different approaches to writing; however, Brautigan's view of the pastoral is not always compatible with Hemingway's.
Desde el punto de vista academico se reconoce deudor de Sergio Lanza (que puede considerarse el mas importante renovador de la Teologia pastoral como Teologia de la accion eclesial en el ambito italiano).
Today, Pastoral Artisan Cheese, Bread & Wine defines that niche.
As an archetypal example of locus horribilis, the barren and deadly no man's land of World War I is indeed radically opposed to the pastoral connotations of the flower (eminent consolatory feature of the locus amoenus), just as their traditional literary vehicles, the epic and the pastoral elegy, have seemingly opposite functions.
Theory and Praxis of a Saving and Healing Pastoral/ Teoria e praxis de uma pastoral salvifica e curativa
With regard to English Studies scholars in China who specialize in ecocriticism, more of these scholars are turning to local ecocriticism studies such as Shuyuan Lu's 2012 [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (The Specter of Yuanming Tao), a study of the pastoral in Chinese literature in which Lu addresses China's growing disenchantment with industrialization.
bishops' pastoral letter on women, which had gone through four major revisions over 10 years, was rejected by the bishops' conference after a core of progressive bishops persuaded prominent moderates that passage would do serious damage among Catholic women.
The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) has released a pastoral guide on the implementation of the Reproductive Health (RH) law.
This collection of essays on documents concerning pastoral care is divided into three parts.
Trauma and Transformation at Ground Zero: A Pastoral Theology.