Truly, unto Bradmond, whither I am bidden to see unto the black cow.
This proverb is as follows: "Even the black cow's milk is white."
He sees in the stable a white horse and a black cow, with a white or luminous-headed calf.
And she ran to Mother Brindle, who was standing by the fence, talking to the neighbor's black cow,—her with the spotted nose.
Formerly, it is said, they were accustomed to offer a black cow.
I'll stay at home and read to Bedstemor out of the old Bible which Bedstefar bought in exchange for a black cow!
Over to the fair you must go to-morrow morning, and take the black cow with you and sell her.
She perceived an ink bottle, and exclaimed, “Ah, more milk from the black cow!”
The Doctor and I made a pet of that black cow, to the extent of seeing she got her rations regularly.
It's time for me to go show Blish about fixing that sore place on the black cow's back.