Truly, unto Bradmond, whither I am bidden to see unto the black cow.
Formerly, it is said, they were accustomed to offer a black cow.
Or this: "Two parts of bloods, horn of a black cow, warm it up for a salve."
The black cow will ask you what is the meaning of all this, and you must answer what I will whisper to you.'
The black cow watched him with surprise for some time, and then said: 'What are you doing, sonny?'
"The black cow must be killed," whispered some one deep within the sky.
I went on the wrong side of Miss Lucy's black cow and raised her ire.
This proverb is as follows: "Even the black cow's milk is white."
And she ran to Mother Brindle, who was standing by the fence, talking to the neighbor's black cow,—her with the spotted nose.
Once he saw a black cow moose, tormented with flies, lurch out madly from the thickets and plunge wallowing into the lake.