Let not parents be anxious about their healthy children under two years, who have a supply of good milk, either from the mother or from the cow.
The white men were teasing the latter negro about having gone to jail for selling a mortgaged cow.
Here is your cow.
He hastened to the cow shed, because he knew that he could get the best information from the cows.
She threw up her head and looked at us so wildly for a moment that I should hardly have known her for my cow.
Illustration: LONG-HORN COW.
It must have a nursery and five good bed-chambers, a chaise-house, and stable for the pony and carriage, a large garden, and three or four acres of land, for we must keep a cow.
The children buzzed about us; the mother milked for us one of Maine's vanguard cows.
His wife died, and some kind people put his children in an asylum, and he was obliged to sell Toby and the cows.
He owned a ranch out on the desert and raised Texas ponies and big horn cows.
There is a young scapegrace who passes my house morning and evening with his cows.
I would sacrifice detail to modelling always, and the Baileys, it seemed to me, loved a world as flat and metallic as Sidney Cooper's cows.
The panther was engaged a mile away dining on another cow!
"Knocked up quite, and remain--recover--sent to buy milch cows.
Russell explained he had found the calf among his father's cows.
And good the smell the nose receives From new-baked loaves, from hops, From churches, from decaying leaves, From pinks, from grocers' shops; And smells of rare and fine bouquet Proceed, the world allows, From petrol, roses, cellars, hay, Scrubbed planks, hot gin and cows.
Don't pull pussy's tail, nor chase the hens, nor try to frighten the cow.
The man who, in his progress through life, has listened with attention to the conversation of human beings, who has carefully read the writings of the best English authors, who has made himself well acquainted with the history and usages of his native land, and who has meditated much on all he has seen and read, must have been led to the firm conviction that by VEAL those who speak the English language intend to denote the flesh of calves, and that by a calf is intended an immature ox or cow.
So, to save Io from her, he changed the maiden to a white cow.
To the rhythm of African melodies the cargo would come out of the hold--mahogany furniture, a new statue for the garden, cases of wine, casks of muscovado sugar, puncheons of rum, plantation machinery, sweetmeats and spices, and some bewildered Irish cows.
No syrup, no hogs, no cows.
We were mentioning this view of the highlander's life at Macdonald's, and mentioning the Macraes, with some degree of pity, when a highland lady informed us, that we might spare our tenderness, for she doubted not but the woman, who supplied us with milk, was mistress of thirteen or fourteen milch cows.
Where the daisies are a-springing, And the cattle bells are ringing, Comes my Mary, gaily singing, Bringing home the cows.
When she got well, she was put out to pasture with the other cows.
His children complained that although the horse was good when it was bought, yet as Mr. Mitchell never allowed it to be struck with a whip, nor urged to go at other than a very gentle trot, the horse became thoroughly demoralized, and was no more fit to drive than an old cow!
They look like toys on wheels, but actually they can gallop like cows.
For the moment, at least, he was completely cowed.
I had seventy-five hogs and twenty cows.
If it's with you this time like it was with the last one, we'll have to have a cow.
He had visited the stable, ordered the pony-carriage, seen the keeper, and been to look at an Alderney cow.
He accused himself of a lack of manliness in that he allowed himself to be thus cowed.
I pass that way, common scraper of catgut that I am, I tune them and try them, and play over on each of them in turn, with false notes galore, some catchy tune--Au clair de la lune or J'ai du bon tabac dans ma tabatiere--stuff fit to kill the old cow.
I've bought me a cow.
Illustration FRIGHTENED BY A COW.
Cult Of The Dead Cow.
Whilst drafting one day he was horned by a cow.
We lived on what she left there and went on raising more hogs and tending to the cows.
Ever fitted for inoculation.--The physical tribe's milch-cows.
ROBERTSON, FRANK C. The silver cow.
I would as soon turn back to mass, Or change my praise to Thee and Thou; Let the Pope ride me like an ass, And his priests milk me like a cow!
III.--OUR SECOND COW.
Q. Who made the cow?
But these people generally have strong camels to bear their burdens, instead of a poor ass and cow.
He don't own more'n forty cows.
Wint to boggie creak for a cow.
I couldn't make a call any more than a cow.
JACOBUS is cowed.
I milked cows and cut grass, fed cows.
The way it was was this way: Pa was to organize the white men for Bryan, and I was to organize the negroes for Roosevelt, and we went to work and bought 600 Chinese lanterns, and pa stored his half of the lanterns in a barn on the circus lot and I stored mine in another barn owned by a negro that I gave five dollars to be my assistant, with a promise that he should have a job traveling with the show, to milk the sacred cow.