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Ja·cob

(zhä-kôb′), François Born 1920.
French geneticist. He shared a 1965 Nobel Prize for the study of regulatory activity in body cells.

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The Jacob Sheep horns can probably be processed anywhere in the world but what makes the horns special is that we are processing them in Israel, which gives them a holiness," she said.
Report The Northern Area Jacob Sheep Breeders' 37th annual show and sale saw a total entry of 177 and a good trade, notably for females.
Her small, horned Jacob sheep, which right now look beige with brown spots because the tips of their coats have faded in the spring sunshine, produce a fine wool ranging from white to brown-black to black, plus a soft shade of gray when the white and black are spun together.
Our goats, rare breed Jacob sheep, ponies and alpacas all need plenty of grass but the alpacas are huge eaters.
He showed them pictures on the screen of different types of sheep, white, black and spotted or Jacob sheep, named from the story in Genesis 30.
For the sixth time in seven years, the trophy for the best sheep trade stand went to the Jacob Sheep Society's Wales section.
We saw Tamworth pigs, Jacob sheep, deer, llamas, Shetland ponies and ducks.
The rare breed Jacob sheep do not usually lamb until February and these are believed to be the first born this year in Scotland.
Plans for a petting farm are being put into place, with Pygmy goats and Jacob sheep already on the site.
A cow, six Jacob sheep, two lambs and two piglets called Phyllis and Rosie have joined the Addis family, with varying success.
It is set in 70 acres of parkland grazed by a large flock of rare Jacob Sheep.