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/ˈpæs tʃər ɪdʒ, ˌpɑs-/
the activity or business of
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They had sweeping views to east and west, good
for the cattle, trout streams nearby.
Crops of wild rices and sedges from the marshland were harvested for hay and
The road and its many offshoots transited or terminated at open
where the flocks could expand.
The five weeks of furlough may be spent at a stable, if the stable is equipped with sufficient size
There were also droves of cattle, swine and sheep on their way to market or being driven to the back country for
It was knee-deep and lush--rich
for footsore and hungry oxen.
The group of consumers who use electricity for such purposes as pumping, spraying crops, and stock pumps used for
is short everywhere to the east of the foothills.
If they had been, they would have been so thick that the
would have given out the first day.
British Dictionary definitions for
the right to graze or the business of grazing cattle
another word for
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