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Enraged, the meat lobby retaliated by having producers again cease sending animals to slaughter.
Today, our response to the temporary closing of slaughter plants can be a permanent opening of our dietary habits to actual plants.
After all, Faith says, massive herbivores like these rhinos were slow to breed and it wouldn’t take a “catastrophic slaughter” for humans to make a dent in the population.
If the outcome in certain cases is less reprehensible than outright slaughter, it is only because natural selection only sometimes works to reduce the denominator of the “fitness ratio.”
Plant outbreaks gummed up the meat supply chain, creating a backlog of animals awaiting slaughter.
Its record is largely that of battles and sieges, of the brave adventure of discovery and the vexed slaughter of the nations.
The city hell hounds sprang to meet them and the slaughter of inoffensive Europeans began in Darya Gunj.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
The farewell and the mourning are finished by the slaughter of dogs, that the dying man may have forerunners in the other world.
This slaughter is accompanied by the tabagie and what follows it—namely, the singing and dancing.
It went hard with him to slaughter the faithful creature, who knew him, and came towards him at the first sound of his voice.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON

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