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1. bushes and shrubs that goats and many wild herbivores eat in preference to grass and clover; they are said to browse instead of graze.
2. the bushy plants that goats eat; the counterpart of pasture.
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It continues: "A graphical representation indicating the respective value of the grouping property associated with each 3D browsable stack can be displayed in proximity to the 3D browsable stack.
It offers audio and video of thousands of birds, fish, mammals, insects, reptiles, and amphibians, fully searchable or browsable by fascinating categories such as "behavior," in case you have a need to see only video of animals preening or to hear how many different animals make a noise that can be described as a "croak.
Intended for web designers, this guide explains the importance of recognizing the site user's perspective, the IA's role in developing web sites, the various ways that sites can be made browsable, effective and descriptive content label creation, and the anatomy of a search engine.
A development that has already been implemented on the website is a browsable journals section.
Browsable alphabetically or by province, the directory is an invaluable tool for teachers and librarians looking to book an exciting and inspiring visit for readers young and old.
We really want a mixed-use, vibrant, browsable neighbourhood that people just love to come to and understand what's here for them.
Automatic generation of browsable categories for quick access to categorized content using category metadata present in feeds and documents
It then generates an immediately browsable application that enables users to pinpoint information within that collection that they seek to satisfy their business needs.
Sales of the Environmental Careers Organization's career guide doubled when the whole book was made browsable.
Searchable and Browsable The second major objective was to make it possible to search for OAI repositories using various criteria and browse through different views of the registry without any manual cataloging of the various OAI repositories.
Riordan has drawers full of material to organize, and the book's presentation is highly browsable and entertaining.
The Warehouse currently includes more than 1,800 programs, easily searchable by keyword and browsable by category.