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They bought rustled cattle from the outlaw, kept him supplied with guns and ammunition, harbored his men in their houses.
from Brown Corpus
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They and bought
They went shopping in the neighborhood, and bought two loaves of bread with the ration coupons they had been given in Blois, and some cheese, and a dozen eggs, and a bag of oranges from a peddler in the Place Redoute -- the first oranges they had seen since they landed.
They had bought their house in Catatonia after investigating all the regions of suburbia surrounding New York ; ;
They alighted out of the coach and went into a poor woman's house at the bottom of Highgate hill, and bought a fowl, and made the woman exenterate it ".
They acquired large tracts of land, both in Europe and the Middle East ; they bought and managed farms and vineyards ; they built churches and castles ; they were involved in manufacturing, import and export ; they had their own fleet of ships ; and at one point they even owned the entire island of Cyprus.
They were claimed to be responsible, according to stories, for bringing financial ruin, illness, bad luck and death to anyone who bought them.
They could often be bought in the midwest for about 1 / 3 to 1 / 10 what they would fetch at the end of the trail.
In 1926, Glasgow Corporation bought the Cardonald estates, They gave opportunity to private development replicating Kelvindale cottage flats By Western Heritable and Council housing in the area.
They were to adopt the values of the dominant society and see land as real estate to be bought and developed ; they were to learn how to use their land effectively in order to become prosperous farmers.
They bought from, and sold to, the Indians on a banking and credit system, enabling them to also recover stolen horses and human captives.
Sales began in March of 1947, and within the first three hours, 1, 400 homes had been bought. They featured large numbers of similar houses that were built easily and quickly, allowing rapid recovery of costs.
They also bought Palmdale Airport in 1952 and established an aerospace development and testing facility called United States Air Force Plant 42.
They and rustled
They frequently raided, rustled and burned local bawn enclosures from their inaccessible hillside encampments.
They and cattle
They brought to it all the odors that clung to men like themselves, that of their own sweat, of campfire smoke, of horses and cattle.
They were reluctant to appoint sheriffs to protect the property, thus running the risk of creating disturbances such as that on the Vermejo, and yet the cowboys protested that they got no salary for arresting cattle thieves and running the risk of being shot.
They also punished those who had too large a share of the ager publicus, or kept too many cattle on the state pastures.
They apparently live singly or in pairs, rather than in herds like most cattle, except when the cows are about to give birth.
They are relentlessly aggressive to various other animals during the nesting season, attacking non-predatory species such as cattle, tortoises, plovers and even sparrows.
They featured a farmer in a moneyless society who uses the cattle he owns to trade with his neighbors.
They would build their i = handa ( often referred to as a ' homestead ', as it was basically a stockaded group of huts surrounding a corral for cattle ), their gathering place when summoned for active service.
They cultivated six-row barley, einkorn and emmer wheat, jujubes and dates, and herded sheep, goats and cattle.
They were in favour of giving alms and lending cattle to people in need and were vehemently opposed to plunder and extortion.
They had far more developed technology-they were farmers and had iron and copper tools and weapons, as well as knowledge about pottery They were sedentary and lived in small self-sufficient villages with a few houses, growing sorghum and beans, as well as keeping cattle and goats.
They are highly adapted to high temperatures, and are farmed throughout the tropical countries, both as pure zebu and as hybrids with taurine cattle, the other main type of domestic cattle.
They stocked up on provisions from local merchants, visited the colorful saloons for a bit of gambling and carousing, then galloped northward with their cattle only to whoop it up again on their way back.
They played both defensive and offensive roles, protecting the frontier and making cattle raids against neighboring tribes.
They fished for food, and unlike their neighbors ( i. e., those living inland, away from the coast ) they had no cattle, and had nothing to drink except rainwater caught in ditches.
They liberated Fráech's family, took all the cattle and treasure, and went back to Ireland the way they came.
They pause when on Cú Roí's request, Amairgen allows the cattle to go past Tailtiu, but seeing as the passage had become difficult, Cú Roí agrees to withdraw from the contest altogether.
They wanted to get the people wiped out because Europeans in Queensland had to run their stock: horses and cattle.