• If the grass was good, and the herd moved slowly, the cattle would get heavier and bring more money.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • And in particular, dairy maids, whose responsibility was to milk cows, and so they had a very intimate relationship with cattle, often didn't get disease.

    特别是挤奶女工,她们的工作就是挤奶,她们与奶牛有紧密的关系,通常不会得天花

    耶鲁公开课 - 生物医学工程探索课程节选

  • But variola, which causes smallpox in humans, and vaccinia, which causes a disease called cowpox in cattle, turned out to be, we now know, viruses that are molecularly very similar.

    但是导致天花的人痘病毒,和导致牛痘,的牛痘病毒,后来发现其实是,我们现在知道,这两种病毒在分子水平上十分相似

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  • The writers of the study have called for stronger rules requiring cattle to be treated before being sold at market.

    VOA: special.2010.01.04

  • They are engaged in raising livestock, which in Greece is more likely to be sheep and goats than cattle, but also breeding horses, which is very important for the aristocracy for carrying on warfare.

    他们擅长豢养牲畜,在当地似乎养绵羊和山羊比牛要来的容易,但是他们同样养马,这对于贵族阶层发动战争很重要

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  • Other settlers brought huge herds of sheep to compete with cattle for the grass, and the sheep always won.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • So, you're starting out with about-- please don't write these down-- 24,000 cattle, 150,000 sheep, 6,000 hogs, and that is not enough to eat, and people become quite obsessed with what they're going to eat.

    这样一来你至少需要,这个不用做笔记,两万四千头牛,十五万只羊,六千头猪,而这些只够勉强维持,人们开始为吃什么犯愁

    耶鲁公开课 - 1871年后的法国课程节选

  • With its growth came a new kind of worker -- the man who watched and took care of the cattle.

    VOA: special.2010.03.25

  • You've got horses which you need for the army but also which they start slaughtering; you've got cattle but you have enough food to last for maybe a month; there's always a lot to drink because of the caves, that is, the wine cellars that people had, but things get worse and worse.

    你有军队所需的马,但是士兵会把马杀来吃,你有牛,但是这些食物只能,维持大概一个月的时间,喝的东西总是不缺的,因为他们有酒窖,就是用来储藏葡萄酒的酒窖,不过事态还是变得越来越糟

    耶鲁公开课 - 1871年后的法国课程节选

  • He invented the skill of throwing a special rope called a lasso over a cow's head to catch wandering cattle.

    VOA: special.2011.06.11

  • In the early eighteen eighties, the price of cattle rose to fifty dollars each, and many cattlemen became rich.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • Huge herds of cattle were brought there from western states to be transported by railroad to markets in the eastern United States.

    VOA: special.2010.03.10

  • Bill and his men had so many cattle that they needed all of New Mexico to hold them.

    VOA: special.2009.11.28

  • They just sang these songs as they rode on the saddles of their horses across the cattle lands.

    VOA: special.2010.03.25

  • In the next four years, more than one-and-a-half-million cattle were moved north over the Chisholm trail to Kansas.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • As the cattle were brought in, the young animals were branded -- marked to show who owned them.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • Now,most survive. As a result,many people have extra cattle to sell, and use the money to pay for school for their children.

    VOA: special.2009.11.03

  • They put together a huge herd of more than two hundred sixty-thousand cattle and set out for Sedalia.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • Yet for thousands of years rinderpest has affected people by killing cattle and other animals and causing starvation.

    VOA: special.2010.11.02

  • Indicine cattle have a hump and are found in India, South and West Asia and East Africa.

    VOA: special.2009.05.05

  • There were millions of cattle in Texas, but no way to get them to the eastern markets.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • Scientists examined several breeds and say the cattle genome appears to show evidence of this selective reproduction.

    VOA: special.2009.05.05

  • He took part in some of the first movements of huge cattle herds from Texas to the railroads in the state of Kansas.

    VOA: special.2010.03.17

  • Some cattlemen believed it might be possible to walk cattle to the railroad, letting them feed on the open grassland along the way.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • During his long life, Texas John Slaughter was a gunfighter,lawman,soldier, cattle rancher, professional card player and a representative of the state of Arizona.

    VOA: special.2010.03.17

  • But the cattlemen believed they had proved that cattle could be walked long distances to the railroad.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • Within a few years, there was not enough grass for all the cattle, especially along the trails.

    VOA: special.2010.03.18

  • The president also showed his independence by investigating gifts of public land that the government had made to the railroad, wood and cattle industries.

    VOA: special.2010.05.06

  • The pastoralists in the cattle corridor have to travel farther in search of pasture and water."

    VOA: special.2011.05.17

  • In nineteen nineteen, he published another collection, called "Songs of the Cattle Trail and Cow Camp."

    VOA: special.2010.01.18

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