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After this he can be trusted to browse pretty much as he chooses.
These are supposed to be afterwards covered with browse, hay, or rushes and the roof shingled with bark or thatched.
As before, he traveled leisurely, pausing often to browse or to stare at some larger animal upon whose path he chanced.
Eventually it did move a few feet back from the waters edge and there appeared to browse on some dwarf birches.
The ends may be enclosed by the addition of other trees—poles, browse, etc., roughly thatched to serve as a wind break.
TOURING AFOOTCLAUDE POWELL FORDYCE
But the Goat commenced to browse quietly and refused to bleat.
THE SA'-ZADA TALESWILLIAM ALEXANDER FRASER
Pin them down with inverted crotches, making a rectangular framework on the ground to keep the browse in place.
"Chunky can browse on green leaves if we get out of food," chuckled Rector.
The girls threw off their wet garments and sank luxuriously into the browse floor of their lean-to.
It is found of more advantage to preserve the browse for beginning the following operation, than to take raw or even roasted ore.

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