Grazes sentence examples

  • beef herd grazes at the head of the Great Pool, a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

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  • She was taken to the Royal London where she was treated for perforated ear drums and cuts and grazes.

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  • In the summer my hefted flock of sheep grazes the common land of the Black mountain.

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  • teaspoonful mixed with warm water for cleaning cuts and grazes.

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  • grasian, formed from grees, gives " to graze," of cattle feeding on growing herbage, also " grazier," one who grazes or feeds cattle for the market; " to graze," to abrade, to touch lightly in passing, may be a development of this from the idea of close cropping; if it is to be distinguished a possible connexion may be found with " glace " (Fr.

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  • Antiseptic solution - one teaspoonful mixed with warm water for cleaning cuts and grazes.

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  • These are the infamous white ones with the basic ruffle that folds over so it just grazes the top of the shoes.

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  • Grass-fed beef is beef that grazes entirely on grasses throughout the life of the animal.

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  • Depending on your height, you may define a long tunic as one that falls below your hip or one that grazes your knees.

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  • Flat-ironed pin straight, layered and textured on the ends, the hair just grazes the shoulder and lies flat against the head.

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  • Opt for a dress that is fitted on top and grazes the lower half without appearing voluminous.

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  • Consider a pair of sequined, satin flats if your long dress just barely grazes the floor when you walk and you're tall.

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  • Lower your body until your butt almost grazes the floor.

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  • If you are going for a true romantic, a spaghetti strap gown that grazes the floor is best, while others prefer the shorter baby doll type.

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