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Here the grazier takes them over and drives them out to pasture.

The interests of the grazier and agriculturalist were at variance.

He was accompanied by the grazier, who chanced to be journeying in the same direction.

A very small stock for a vee-boor, or South African grazier.

But it was not true: Forster's father was a large "grazier" or dealer in cattle.

A very small stock for a vee-boer, or South African grazier.

He was industrious in all, and at last became a grazier (mercante di manzi).

At other seasons they are employed by the farmer and the grazier.

Her father was a grazier, her grandfather had been a butcher, but that was all nothing.

He wished her to understand the difference between a grazier and a butcher.

WORD ORIGIN

late 13c. as a surname, agent noun from graze (v.1).

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