sheepnoun

  • ja
  • ena farm animal with a thick coat and is kept for its wool and meat

Examples

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Hey.
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I'm sorry, we don't have your sheep.
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Oh, Rach, I think you look cute.
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And you, huh, you...
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You, I could eat with a spoon.
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Get away from me. I said no.
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We have the Scottish delicacy here, a haggis.
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Now, do you know what a haggis is?
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- Is it sheep insides? - Do you know?
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Yes, it's a savory pudding that contains sheep's heart, liver, and lungs,
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all encased beautifully in a sheep's stomach.
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Mute
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That boy's been riding sheep since he was 4, Jimmy.
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Steer since he was 7.
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Mute
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Lost it?
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Yes, father.
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It's a castle, not a bloody sheep.
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Mute
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Do you remember what father used to say about people?
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The lion does not concern himself with the opinions of the sheep.
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Milk is rich in fat, vitamins, minerals, and milk-sugar: lactose.
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On top of that, for a while after birth, it also contains antibodies and proteins that protect us from infections and regulate our immune system.
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But it's a lot of effort for mothers to produce.
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Eventually, humans stop drinking mother's milk and transition to the diet of their parents.
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This is how it's been for thousands of years.
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Until about eleven thousand years ago, when our ancestors settled down in the first agricultural communities.
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Soon, they domesticated the first dairy animals: goats, sheep, and cattle.
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Okay, what is that? It's a white- tailed deer, no? That's the black-tailed deer.
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It's a white butt. It's a white scrotum.
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- It's a bighorn sheep. - Oh, bighorn sheep.
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That's a bighorn down there. Okay, here we go.
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- Oh, no excerpt, just a picture. - No. Yeah, I just wanted to show you the back of a bighorn sheep.
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Mute
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Since Dolly the Sheep became the first mammal to be cloned in 1996, scientist have cloned mice, dogs, cows, pigs.
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And the FDA has deemed that milk and meat from cloned animals is safe to eat and drink.
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You'd think it was practically mainstream.
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Mute
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Is a lamb the same thing as a sheep?
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So a lamb is a baby sheep.