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The Reformation reduced woman to the position of a mere breeder of children.
The work is equally valuable to the farmer who keeps but few pigs, and to the breeder on an extensive scale.
THE PEANUT PLANTB. W. JONES
The Jones wanted to keep her, thought she would be a fine cook and house woman and a fine breeder.
Not only this, she is the brooder and breeder of all primitive doctrines, the conceiver and the mother of all human creeds.
Without acknowledge of an animal's points, it is in vain that the breeder can hope for improvement.
A TREATISE ON SHEEP:AMBROSE BLACKLOCK
A day as hot and still as this one was a regular weather breeder; there ought to be rain before night.
Those who wish to play the breeder for themselves will be able to profit by these little practical details.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
Call me a live-stock producer, a horse-breeder, a timber-merchant,anything but a poet!
The bird is a more abundant breeder, however, round the English coast, and less numerous in Scotland.
You may be quite sure he's not the first breeder of sinners who began by shivering on the brink of matrimony.
WITCHING HILLE. W. HORNUNG

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