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see grazing (2), pasture.
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I feel like I'm in an open plain, where all I see is the horizon.
You can rope cattle or just hit the trail and enjoy the views of the wildlife on the open plain in Oklahoma.
But after years of study in Kenya, Seyfarth and Cheney thought they may have heard tiny differences in grunts made by monkeys in four specific situations: approaching a dominant monkey; approaching a subordinate; acknowledging a leader's call to move onto an open plain from a sheltered area; seeing another group of monkeys approaching.
As we bumped and swerved at high speed through the dense forest before emerging on to a vast, open plain, I was grateful to have passed on the cuttlefish curry at lunch.
After a white-knuckle descent of the dunes we were driving across the open plain, passing small herds of camel and sheep watched over by a single Bedouin.
Biologists, schoolchildren and others peered through binoculars on an open plain below.
Awash in guitar interplay, "On The Road To Spearfish" is an epic 13-minute anthem to the open plain that mourns the West that once was, while still seeking solace in what will never fade away.
The Big Tujunga is an open plain where the steep canyons of the northwestern San Gabriel Mountains empty into the San Fernando Valley, fanning out into a wide natural channel for the runoff of rain and melting snow.
But they made the mistake of packing their greater force from an open plain into a narrow defile where the Romans stood firm with woodland protecting their rear.
There's still a huge open plain upstream in businesses' supply chains," says e-BizSoft CEO Arif Ahmed, whose company owns and operates TRxLink(TM) (pronounced "transaction link"), a Web-based hosted online requisitioning software service that works with several financial applications including Microsoft(R) Dynamics, Intuit(R) QuickBooks and Sage MAS.
Tacitus does not tell us where the two armies came together - it probably didn't have a name, or at least a name in Latin - but he describes a narrowing valley, with an open plain in front and a thick wood behind.
Safari types are drawn mostly to the Etosha National Park in the northern region - 22,000 sq kms of dense bush and endless open plain.