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PASTURES, pastures. The land on which beasts are fed; and by a grant of pastures the land itself passes. 1 Thorn. Co, Litt. 202.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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She had thirty cattle in her bunch; it had been dry, and the pasture was short, or she wouldn't have brought them so far.
A young Indian repairs occasionally to the pasture to give them water, and to see that all is well.
Then there's pasture ropes, an' nose-bags, an' a harness punch, an' all such things.
Williamson strolled leisurely down the gravel walk, plucking a flower as he went, passed across the road and into the pasture, pausing a moment as he closed the gate leading into it, to greet a passing neighbor, Armour Wren, who lived on an adjoining plantation.
The coachman was directed to drive back, and as the vehicle turned Williamson was seen by all three, walking leisurely across the pasture. At that moment one of the coach horses stumbled and came near falling.
Our first day's ride was to a solitary house, called Yerba Buena, where there was pasture for our horses.
We crossed also the valley of Chaneral; which, although the most fertile one between Guasco and Coquimbo, is very narrow, and produces so little pasture, that we could not purchase any for our horses.
Rain, as often as it falls, which is about once in every two or three years, is a great advantage, because the cattle and mules can for some time afterwards find a little pasture in the mountains.
Based on the latest statistics, 15.7 million tons of forage, 5.4 million cubic meters of pastures and 2 million cubic meters of timber are produced annually in Iran [4].
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