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105 example sentences with  teat

105 example sentences with teat

With a vigorous kick he sent the foal away, and forced Martin to take his place, and, to make it easier for him, pressed the teat into his mouth.

By-and-by, when no more milk could be drawn from the teats, he was taken to a second mare, from which the foal was kicked away with as little ceremony as the first one, and then he had as much more milk as he wanted, and began to like being fed in this amusing way.

The cat has come in for its due share of plant names, as for instance the sun-spurge, which has been nicknamed cat's-milk, from its milky juice oozing in drops, as milk from the small teats of a cat; and the blossoms of the talix, designated cats-and-kittens, or kittings, probably in allusion to their soft, fur-like appearance.

THIS CLASS OF ANIMALS embraces all those that nourish their young by means of lacteal glands, or teats, and are so constituted as to have a warm or red blood.

It has warm blood, and produces its young alive; it nourishes them with milk, and, for that purpose, is furnished with teats.

By a wonderful instinct of Nature, too, the young animal, almost as soon as it has come into life, searches for the teat, and knows perfectly, at the first, how, by the process of suction, it will be able to extract the fluid necessary to its existence.

The manner, however, by which he is finally educated into the mystery of suction, is by putting his allowance of milk into a large wooden bowl; the nurse then puts her hand into the milk, and, by bending her fingers upwards, makes a rude teat for the calf to grasp in his lips, when the vacuum caused by his suction of the fingers, causes the milk to rise along them into his mouth.

He had observed that cows were subject to a certain infectious eruption of the teats, and that those persons who became affected by it, while milking the cattle, escaped the small-pox raging around them.

The articles required for the purpose of feeding an infant are a night-lamp, with its pan and lid, to keep the food warm; a nursing-bottle, with a prepared teat; and a small pap saucepan, for use by day.

Though many kinds of nursing-bottles have been lately invented, and some mounted with India-rubber nipples, the common glass bottle, with the calf's teat, is equal in cleanliness and utility to any; besides, the nipple put into the child's mouth is so white and natural in appearance, that no child taken from the breast will refuse it.

The prepared teats can be obtained at any chemist's, and as they are kept in spirits, they will require a little soaking in warm water, and gentle washing, before being tied securely, by means of fine twine, round the neck of the bottle, just sufficient being left projecting for the child to grasp freely in its lips; for if left the full length, or over long, it will be drawn too far into the mouth, and possibly make the infant heave.

The teat can always be kept white and soft by turning the end of the bottle, when not in use, into a narrow jug containing water, taking care to dry it first, and then to warm it by drawing the food through before putting it into the child's mouth.

They may be removed by the above means from the teats of cows, where they are sometimes very troublesome, and prevent them standing quiet to be milked.

No matter where; I think I was fore-spoken at the teat, This damn'd rogue serv'd me thus!

The flat glass nursing-bottle itself is too well known to need description; it may be well, however, to say a word about the teat that covers its narrow neck, and through which the infant sucks the food.

If the artificial or prepared cow's teat is made use of, it should be so attached to the bottle that its extremity does not extend beyond its apex more than half or three quarters of an inch; for if it projects more than this, the child will get the sides of the teat so firmly pressed together between its gums, that there will be no channel for the milk to flow through.

If the artificial or prepared cow's teat is made use of, it should be so attached to the bottle that its extremity does not extend beyond its apex more than half or three quarters of an inch; for if it projects more than this, the child will get the sides of the teat so firmly pressed together between its gums, that there will be no channel for the milk to flow through.

This remark applies equally to the teat made of soft wash- leather, which many ladies prefer to that of the cow, and it is a good substitute; but then a fresh piece of leather must be made use of daily, otherwise the food will be tainted, and the child's bowels deranged.

The cork, being of a particularly fine texture, is supple and elastic, yielding to the infant's lips while sucking, and is much more durable than the teats ordinarily used.

Strand, Whatever kind of bottle or teat is used, however, it must never be forgotten that cleanliness is absolutely essential to the success of this plan of rearing children.

Cork-nipple teat, 41.

Teat of the cowthe artificialthe cork, 41.

they dream of hope, Bann'd be those haps, that henceforth flatter us, When mischief dogs us still and still for ay, From our first birth until our burying day: In our first gamesome age, our doting sires Carked and cared to have us lettered, Sent us to Cambridge, where our oil is spent; Us our kind college from the teat did tear,[108] And forc'd us walk, before we weaned were.

For fear that I should up and ride; They stick with pins my bleeding seat, And bid me show my secret teat.'

The foodful teat; himself, alas! designed Another's meal.

When now the third revolving moon appears, With sharpened horns, above the horizon's brink; Without Lucina's aid, expect thy hopes Are amply crowned; short pangs produce to light The smoking litter; crawling, helpless, blind, Nature their guide, they seek the pouting teat That plenteous streams.

Goe, take the babe from its Mothers teat and taxe him with this crime.

The existence of teats on the breasts of male animals, and which are generally replete with a thin kind of milk at their nativity, is a wonderful instance of this kind.

[convex body parts on chest] papilla, nipple, teat, tit

What wonder, then, at the presence of sodden boar's flesh in his ancient Elysium, and of a celestial goat whose teats yielded a strong beverage?

In milking a cow and straining the teats through her fingers, it seems that so sweet a milk-press makes the milk the whiter or sweeter; for never came almond glove or aromatic ointment off her palm to taint it.

There born in hellish darkness doth it dwell, The Furies brought it up, Megara's teat, Alecto gave it bitter milk to eat.

In the meantime an unhappy goat was pounced on and the three young-tigers took to her teats as if 'to the manner born.'

The story goes, that when the shallow water, subsiding, had left the floating trough, in which the children had been exposed, on dry ground, a thirsty she-wolf from the mountains around directed her course toward the cries of the infants, and held down her teats to them with such gentleness, that the keeper of the king's herd found her licking the boys with her tongue.

I have lost that which can never be restored: I have seen the sun rise and set for twenty months, an idle gazer on the light of heaven: in this time, the birds have left the nest of their mother, and committed themselves to the woods and to the skies: the kid has forsaken the teat, and learned, by degrees, to climb the rocks, in quest of independent sustenance.

And he murmured the Song of Songs: "Let her kiss me with kisses of her mouth, For her teats are better than wine."

Observe likewise, with Cicero, that the females of every species have a number of teats proportioned to that of the young ones they generally bring forth.

He puts his fingers into the extraordinary pocket, and lo, another brood of a dozen or more young, scarcely larger than a pea, are hanging in clusters on the teats.

... When the young are four weeks old, they begin from time to time to relax their hold on the teats, and may now be seen with their heads occasionally out of the pouch.

He imported officials by the score, and Eleanor's family never released their hold upon the public teat night or day.

In like manner, the Goat-sucker is a persecuted bird, since, as its name implies, it has been thought to suck the teats of goats and other animals; whereas the form of its bill entirely precludes such an act, and it is an inoffensive bird, living upon insects.

(Little blue book, no. 875) © 29May25, A855633. R110140, 10Apr53, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) WILKINS, LAWRENCE A. Achievement teat in Spanish.

B. L. Ullman & A. W. Smalley (A); 15Mar56; R166512. Progress teats in Latin, by B. L. Ullman and A. W. Smalley.

HEIDBREDER, EDNA, ed. Minnesota mechanical ability teats.

SEE Clapp, Frank L. CLAPP, FRANK L. The Clapp-Young self marking teats.

SEE Studebaker, J. W. Manual of directions for teat and practice pad for second grade arithmetic.

SEE Clark, John R. Quick-scoring mental ability tests; gamma teat, form C & Key.

Barbara S. Boyle (C); 29May67; R410925. Vocabulary teat [and] Abstraction test.

(Little blue book, no. 875) © 29May25, A855633. R110140, 10Apr53, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) WILKINS, LAWRENCE A. Achievement teat in Spanish.

B. L. Ullman & A. W. Smalley (A); 15Mar56; R166512. Progress teats in Latin, by B. L. Ullman and A. W. Smalley.

HEIDBREDER, EDNA, ed. Minnesota mechanical ability teats.

SEE Clapp, Frank L. CLAPP, FRANK L. The Clapp-Young self marking teats.

SEE Studebaker, J. W. Manual of directions for teat and practice pad for second grade arithmetic.

SEE Clark, John R. Quick-scoring mental ability tests; gamma teat, form C & Key.

Barbara S. Boyle (C); 29May67; R410925. Vocabulary teat [and] Abstraction test.

I have sent the skin of a female Nutria herewith, for your inspection, as regards the teats, &c. (from which the fur has been cut by machinery,) with a small sample of the belly fur, prepared for the covering of a hat; the wholesale price of the latter is now three guineas per lb.:

The skin is rather above the usual size: its length is 26 inches, the tail being cut off; as is always done before the skins are exported: the width of the skin is 15 inches; the teats, nine in number, are in two rows, each row being about 2-1/2

This position of the teats appears to correspond with the animal's habit of suckling its young whilst swimming.

The calf, immediately after its birth, sucketh the mothers's teat.

Teats of that dust showed it to be extremely radioactive.

There they lived for nine years, during which "as a lioness in her den, neither more nor less," says Plutarch, "Eponina gave birth to two young whelps, and suckled them herself at her teat."

Tully has observed that a Lamb no sooner falls from its Mother, but immediately and of his own accord applies itself to the Teat.

"If a lamb will not suck, it should be held up to the teat and its lips greased with butter or suet, and so made to smell at the milk.

The she goat should have two excrescences, like little teats, hanging under the muzzle: those which have them are fecund: the larger the udder the more milk and butter fat she will yield.

Pigs born in the winter are apt to be runts on account of the cold and because the sow refuses to suckle them, partly by reason of her lack of milk at that season and partly to protect her teats from the teeth of the hungry pigs.

A sow should bear as many pigs as she has teats: if she has less it is considered that she is unprofitable, but if more, a prodigy.

[Greek: boupais](a big boy), [Greek: boulimos] (a ravenous hunger),[Greek: boopis] (large eyed), and again that a certain large grape is called bumamma (cow teat).

Finally, the females should have large teats equally distributed.

For men used to use the word rumis or ruma where we now say mamma, signifying a teat: hence even now suckling lambs are called subrumi from the teat they suck, just as we call suckling pigs lactantes from lac, the milk that comes from the teat."

For men used to use the word rumis or ruma where we now say mamma, signifying a teat: hence even now suckling lambs are called subrumi from the teat they suck, just as we call suckling pigs lactantes from lac, the milk that comes from the teat."

For men used to use the word rumis or ruma where we now say mamma, signifying a teat: hence even now suckling lambs are called subrumi from the teat they suck, just as we call suckling pigs lactantes from lac, the milk that comes from the teat."

In his Topography of Ireland (chap. 19), a work completed in 1187 A.D., Giraldus Cambrensis records that "it has also been a frequent complaint, from old times as well as in the present, that certain hags in Wales, as well as in Ireland and Scotland, changed themselves into the shape of hares, that, sucking teats under this counterfeit form, they might stealthily rob other people's milk."

"Elizabeth Brewster being sworne, deposeth and saith, that after goodwife Knap was executed, as soone as she was cut downe, she, the said Knapp, being caried to the graue side, goodwife Staplyes wth some other women went to search the said Knapp, concerning findeing out teats, and

A smaller, less accurate version, known as a teat pipette is made of plastic and is filled by squeezing a plastic bubble at the top.

It attaches itself to a teat inside the mother's pouch.

Non-orthodontic teats are sometimes called cherry teats.

Non-orthodontic teats are sometimes called cherry teats.

The bearded seal is unique in the subfamily Phocinae in having two pairs of teats.

They suckle on her teats, and sleep a good deal.

Usually, if it gives birth to three only two will survive, because the female only has two teats.

Cutting a couple of royals from the public teat especially those who are practically an apocalypse away from the line of succession is hardly going to affect the institution of the monarchy.

Ideally, a dairy herd would have an annual bulk tank SCC average less than 250,000 cells per milliliter, no strep ag infections, correct hygienic technique at dry-off, teat sealant applied to every cow at dry-off and a monitoring program to track results.

South Poll developer Teddy Gentry in his book, Before You Buy a Cow, written with Allen Williams of Mississippi and Greg Judy of Missouri spends good time and pictures discussing udders and teats.

A common method of preparation in milking parlors is to use a hose (delivering sanitizing solution) and hands to remove debris from teats.

Cows are provided with a tailored amount of feed and will go through the milking process from teat cleaning to teat cup placement (using a laser sensor) to the actual milking of the cow, followed by a system rinse once the cow has left the AMS.

Cows are provided with a tailored amount of feed and will go through the milking process from teat cleaning to teat cup placement (using a laser sensor) to the actual milking of the cow, followed by a system rinse once the cow has left the AMS.

Good milking procedures, including cleaning and sanitizing teats before milking and postmilking teat dipping, help reduce the spread of infection from infected to uninfected cows.

Good milking procedures, including cleaning and sanitizing teats before milking and postmilking teat dipping, help reduce the spread of infection from infected to uninfected cows.

Ideally, providing one teat per calf reduces competition.

Machine milking may cause trauma to the teat rendering it more susceptible to colonization and infection.

Another way to track the severity of abnormal teat condition is to assign a number, just as in body condition scoring.

Passion freshened with a beautiful udder that is high and wide in the rear with correct teat placement, shape and a snug fore udder.

Tarquitius relates that Aesculapius was born of doubtful parents, and that on this account he was exposed; and being taken up by hunters, and fed by the teats of a hound, was given to Chiron for instruction.

Teat condition scoring, particularly on the teat end, can provide a heads-up on problems with milking machine settings, the concentration of germicidal teat dips or the cow's environment.

Teat condition scoring, particularly on the teat end, can provide a heads-up on problems with milking machine settings, the concentration of germicidal teat dips or the cow's environment.

Teat condition scoring, particularly on the teat end, can provide a heads-up on problems with milking machine settings, the concentration of germicidal teat dips or the cow's environment.

Avoid unnecessary air admission into the teat cups during unit attachment, machine stripping and unit take-off that can cause irregular vacuum fluctuations.

Waxing of the teats occurs 2-4 days before foaling.

Wetting the udder and the teats results in more bacteria getting into the milk than if only the teats are wet.

Wetting the udder and the teats results in more bacteria getting into the milk than if only the teats are wet.