n.— «Across Britain, 6.5 million animals—sheep, cows and pigs mainly—were eventually culled. “Sheeping” was the term the slaughtermen used to describe their grim, if well-paid, task.» —“Plague, foot and mouth, bird flu…what next?” by Alan Taylor The Age (Melbourne, Australia) Feb. 27, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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