Even if he were a gorgeous stud, I wouldn't become romantically involved with my boss.
He had suggested she breed Casper to another stud, and she had intended to, but Ed got to her first.
They couldn't keep the foal as a stud, but she might be able to trade it for a mare when it was older.
Your stud is back, and the first place he went was to see Lori.
With a climate which produces healthy, vigorous animals, stud farms. The total number of horses in the Dominion was estimated on the basis of census returns at 2,019,824 for the year 1907, an increase of 609,309 since 1901.
It is one of a chain of lakes which stud the floor of the valley and has an elevation of 3325 f t.
Eleven months earlier Alex had her bred to a handsome Appaloosa stud in Indiana - via AI.
Jerome plans to climb tomorrow, so he can show everyone how much of a macho stud he is.
His name is Alex, and I don't want to hear you call him stud again.
(Turin, 1888-1897), based on a diligent stud of the original authorities and containing a large amount of informa tion; the author is a Mazzinian, which fact should be taken mt account, but he generally quotes the opinions of those who disagree with him as well.
Stud., p. 170; T.
The society holds annual shows, publishes annually the Shire Horse Stud Book and offers'_gold and silver medals for competition amongst Shire horses at agricultural shows in different parts of the country.
Other horsebreeders' associations, all doing useful work in the interests of their respective breeds, are the Suffolk Horse Society, the Clydesdale Horse Society, the Yorkshire Coach Horse Society, the Cleveland Bay Horse Society, the Polo Pony Society, the Shetland Pony Stud Book Society, the Welsh Pony and Cob Society and the New Forest Pony Association.
Lee) was issued, the simple classification of sporting and non-sporting dog - terriers and toy dogs, being adopted; but although there had been an understanding since 1874, when the first volume of the Kennel Club Stud Book (Frank C. S.
Of live-stock, a stud-farm was opened near Serajevo, and foreign horses, cattle, sheep and poultry are imported.
Vast numbers of small lakes stud the Vitim and upper Selenga plateaus; the lower valley of the latter river contains the Goose Lake(Gusinoye).
The next most important stud is at Kisber (founded 1853), with 731 horses; others are at Babolna (founded 1798), with 802 horses, and Fogaras (founded 1874), with 400 horses.'
Great attention is given to the rearing of horses and mules, and the royal stud used to be remarkable for the beauty of its cream-coloured breed.
In the vicinity are the royal stud-farm (horses and dromedaries) of Cascine di San Rossore, and the mineral baths of San Giuliano, alkaline-ferruginous, with temperature 91.4° to 105.8° Fahr.
Stud., as above.
Stud., 1909, pt.
But in 1815 General Ochterlony, who commanded the army operating by way of the Sutlej, stormed one by one the hill forts which still stud the Himalayan states now under the Punjab government, and compelled the Nepal darbar to sue for peace.
Your little Texas stud had better stay out of my life or I'll make him wish he'd never set foot in this state.
I knew about Princes because I took Ed to her for stud service back in January.
Ed was still a good stud, throwing a majority of quality fillies.
Cavalry horses (especially at the government stud farm of Marienwerder) and merino sheep are reared.
A "herd-book" is a book containing the pedigree and other information of any breed of cattle or pigs, like the "flock-book" for sheep or "stud-book" for horses.
King John gave great encouragement to horse-breeding: one of his earliest efforts was to import a hundred Flemish stallions, and, having thus paved the way for improving the breed of agricultural horses, he set about acquiring a valuable stud for his own use.
Thoroughbred race-horses are registered in the General Stud Book.
All matters connected with the horses and hounds of the sovereign, as well as the stables and coachhouses, the stud, mews and kennels, are within his jurisdiction.
The practical management of the royal stables and stud devolves on the chief or crown equerry, formerly called the gentleman of the horse, who is never in personal attendance on the sovereign and whose appointment is permanent.
Horses famous for their size and quality are reared in the marshes of Aurich and Stade, in Hildesheim and Hanover; and, for breeding purposes, in the stud farm of Celle.
A treasure city and stud-depot of the Seleucid kings in the valley of the Orontes.
The positive stud on the back plate will act inductively on the front stud and charge it negatively, and similarly for the other stud, and as the rotation continues these charged studs will pass round and give up most of their charge through the combs to the Leyden jars.
Seen that each stud is in turn both a field plate and a carrier having a charge induced on it, and then passing on in turn induces further charges on other studs.
The movement of S is obtained by means of a relay engine, in which there are two rams of different diameters; a constant pressure is always acting on the smaller of these when the motor is at work, while the governor (or handpower if desired) admits or exhausts pressurewater from the face of the other, and the movements to and fro thus given to the two rams alter the position of the stud S, and thus change the stroke of the plungers of the main engine.
Of the stud farms Trakehnen in East Prussia and Graditz in the Prussian province of Saxony enjoy a European reputation.
Above the point where the river divides, and in reference to its situation at the head of the Delta has been called by the Arabs the diamond stud in the handle of the fan of Egypt.
Two miles to the west, towards Morava, is situated Lubichevo, a model farm and stud belonging to the government.
In the vicinity is the royal stud farm of Graditz.
Stud., 1905, pp. 161 sqq.), corresponding to the Mosaite founder of Dan.
The prefecture, the law court, the corn-market and the fine stud-buildings are among the chief modern buildings.
Chodzkos Thtre persan (new ed., Paris, 1878); and Eth, PersischePassionspiele, inMorgenland.Stud.,p. 174 seq.
East Prussia is the headquarters of the horse-breeding of the country, and contains the principal government stud of Trakehnen; numerous cattle are also fattened on the rich pastures of the rivervalleys.
Prosperous villages and handsome villas stud its shores, and it is one of the most frequented summer resorts in the vicinity of Munich.
They included a new palace and a durbar hall, a bridge across the river and embankment, a pavilion and garden laid out around the site of Baber's tomb overlooking the Chardeh valley; and many other buildings of public utility connected with stud arrangements, the manufacture of small arms and ammunition, and the requirements of what may be termed a wholesale shop under European direction, besides hospitals, dispensaries, bazaars, &c. The new palace is within an entrenchment just outside the city.
To increase the number of doubles, ewes are sometimes put on good fresh grass, rape or mustard a week before the tups go out - a ram to sixty ewes is a usual proportion, though with care a stud ram can be got to settle twice the number.
Stud., 1908, p. 632 n.
Vogel, Neucatalanische Stud/en, in G.
Kortings Neuphilologische Stud/en (Heft 5, 1886); M.
Josselyn, Etudes de phonitique espagnole (Paris, 1907); C. Michalis, Stud/en zur romanischen Wortschopfung (Leipzig, 1876); A.
Henry took great pains to improve the royal stud: according to Sir Thomas Chaloner - a writer in the reign of Elizabeth - he imported horses from Turkey, Naples and Spain.
Two of the troykas were the usual household sleighs, the third was the old count's with a trotter from the Orlov stud as shaft horse, the fourth was Nicholas' own with a short shaggy black shaft horse.
He indicated the stud farms at which Nicholas might procure horses, recommended to him a horse dealer in the town and a landowner fourteen miles out of town who had the best horses, and promised to assist him in every way.
Stud., 1905, pp. 175-181; 1906, PP. 4 86, 498).
Stud., 1906, pp. 495 sqq.; Lincke, op. cit., p. 89.