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COW. In a penal statute which mentions both cows and beefer's, it was held that by the term cow, must be understood one that had a calf. 2 East, P. C. 616; 1 Leach, 105.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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SEB SANDERS is set to make a belated start to his 2012 campaign this week after finally recovering from the painful ill-effects of being cow-kicked nearly two and a half months ago, writes Graham Green.
Sanders, who shared the jockeys' championship with Jamie Spencer in 2007 with 213 wins - suffered the injury at Lingfield on December 28 when he was cow-kicked and is still feeling the effects.
SEB SANDERS gave up his mounts at Southwell and Kempton yesterday and is holding a watching brief before returning to action after being cow-kicked under the ribs at Lingfield on Wednesday, writes Graham Green.