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wether

male sheep castrated at an early age before secondary sex characters have developed.
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The same is most likely true for bucks and wethers.
Drop in temperature and pH of buck and wether muscles during 24 h postmortem are presented in Figure 1a and b, respectively.
We are seeing wethers with less size and scale, and with less depth of body than before.
I had gotten quite a bit ahead of the wethers and Captain began to move quicker toward me and took a flying leap off a huge rock, at least five feet tall, and came running toward me with a completely satisfied look
The Aberfield cross wethers averaged 18kg live at four weeks of age and we're on target for the first to reach 20kg deadweight at 12 weeks.
Grajczonek and Jake Allen took another 2-4 in heat five over Wethers and Theo Pijper, whose bike stopped with an almighty bang on the third lap.
BEARS: Matej Kus 10, Ricky Wells 9, Matthew Wethers 8+1, J Graversen 4, Jonas B Andersen 0, Dimitri Berge 0, R/R for Stuart Robson.
Wethers, in his 30s, is accused of having sex with her against her will.
EDINBURGH: Ryan Fisher 17, William Lawson 9+2, Aaron Summers 8+2, Derek Sneddon 7, Andrew Tully 6+2, Matthew Wethers 5+1, Thomas H Jonasson r/r.
EDINBURGH: Matthew Wethers 17+1, George Stancl 10+2, Derek Sneddon 8+1, Caj Laukkanen 8, Andrew Tully 4+1, Aaron Summers 1, Kalle Katajisto 0.
As usual, the Bears (16-4, 9-2 Pac-10) were led by Wethers, Tamir and forward Joe Shipp, who combined to score 72 percent of the team's points.
Chapter 8, "Innocence and Radical Innocence," surveys a number of New World romances from the early twentieth century: Lynn Riggs's Green Grow the Lilacs (1931), Robinson Jeffers's Loving Shepherdess (1929), Mary Austin's Isidro (1905), Harold Bell Wright's Shepherd of the Hills (1907), Mary Webb's Seven for a Secret (1922), Victoria Sackville-West's Green Wethers (1923), Jorge Isaac's Maria (1867), D.