Paddock sentence example

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  • They arrived at the paddock where he found her last night.
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  • The horse paddock was empty.
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  • Jessi returned to the paddock to watch the animals.
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  • She shielded her eyes and went to a paddock connected to a small barn.
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  • Living wild animals are also kept in a neighbouring paddock and cages.
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  • Beyond the paddock was the area where he had confined the buffalo cow.
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  • He moved to the fence of the paddock and rested his forearms against the top plank.
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  • Lifting the front wheel without a front paddock stand: Most of us will have a rear paddock stand: Most of us will have a rear paddock stand.
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  • We also have donkeys who share the ponies paddock near the Childrens ' Farm.
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  • I have also secured the 5 acre paddock a house away from mine.
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  • The purchaser of Old Pear Tree Farm will have the opportunity to acquire a one acre grass paddock, located close-by.
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  • She shaded her eyes as they crossed to the paddock.
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  • Jule asked, looking at the animal in the paddock.
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  • She drew a deep breath, stilling her nerves, and crossed to the paddock.
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  • In the Atlantic States it does not succeed; and, though nearly hardy in Great Britain, it is planted only as an ornament of the lawn or paddock.
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  • We had a small gray kangaroo snacking in our top house paddock most of the afternoon.
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  • No more messy chain lube, messing about with paddock stands or getting your mate to hold the bike.
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  • The house stand in tis own gardens together with the adjoining orchard and paddock.
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  • Just beyond the garden is a fenced paddock where the owner has thoughtfully mown a large area of grass for football or cricket.
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  • Outside you can relax in the garden, where you can BBQ, or stroll through the adjoining paddock.
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  • Hens live in a grassy paddock with more than adequate housing space.
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  • The Land Beyond the concrete yard is a small sloping paddock.
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  • Wander down to the wooden jetty, stroll through the meadows or talk to the horses in the adjacent paddock.
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  • A large loose box, bedded with straw, or a small clean paddock are ideal environments for the mare to foal in.
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  • There's a gasoline station in the outer paddock too.
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  • Here we saw many European serins, and a few Black Redstarts by a paddock.
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  • The railroad viaduct at Paddock Foot can be seen in the distance.
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  • Paradise Wildlife Park At Paradise Wildlife Park you can touch and feed our paddock animals, including zebras and camels.
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  • A further ranch style gate leads to a Second Paddock of some 320 ' x 61 '.
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  • Here we saw many European Serins, and a few Black Redstarts by a paddock.
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  • He pushed hard through Paddock, but spun at Druids, losing a lot of ground.
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  • The transect route through the paddock is only short being 165 meters.
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  • Other kit: Paddock stands, tire warmers etc can all add up and are essential items.
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  • Jodhpur boots, which are also frequently referred to as paddock boots, are boots specially suited to riding horses, particularly with an English saddle.
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  • For a great selection, head to the internet to search for jodhpur / paddock boots.
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  • The horses were moved to the adjacent paddock.
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  • A shapely woman with curly dark brown hair leaned against the railing of a paddock between the house and a large outer building.
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  • In smaller country gardens the enclosure or outer fence is often a hedge, and there is possibly no space enclosed by walls, but some divisional wall having a suitable aspect is utilized for the growth of peaches, apricots, &c., and the hedge merely separates the garden from a paddock used for grazing.
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  • Paddock (secretary, several times acting governor, 1861-1867).
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