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poach

damage caused to sodden pasture by the hooves of cattle and sheep. In clay soils and when the ground is sufficiently wet the damage caused by a heavy stocking rate of sheep may be very high. Said also of the take-off in front of a jump in an equitation course or a race. Called also pugging.
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The Kruger National Park continues to bear the brunt of poaching with 321 rhino poached since January 1, 2013, while 54 have been killed for their horns in Limpopo, 53 in North West and 43 in KwaZulu-Natal," the DEA said in a statement.
Finally, deep-fry the bon bons and serve three per portion with a lightly-dressed salad and topped with the poached egg.
In 2007, a man in New Mexico poached a huge mule deer and paid $10,000 in restitution fees.
uk, 01539 488100) This non-stick, see-through microwave poacher produced two soft poached eggs in the time that it took to make the toast.
The eggs should be poached one at a time so they do not merge together in the water.
Top with Leerdamer, then a poached or lightly fried egg, then another slice of ham.
Select an animal that is commonly poached worldwide.
8 poached eggs (To poach eggs, break four at a time into a medium skillet of boiling water with a couple of tablespoons champagne vinegar in it and a dash of salt.
Such a test could help pinpoint where African elephants are being poached and direct anti-poaching efforts to those places.
Poached with spices and served two by two, these little pears are a delicious break from rich holiday fare.
The antelope are poached constantly and the turtles are just hanging on by a thread," Dayton says.