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use "ruminate" in a sentence

She disappears, and the creature is left alone in the woods to ruminate on the error of his ways.

First, I'm going to ruminate a bit on why I think this is the case and what I think SAP has to do to simply showcase itself properly - since it has much of the technology it needs
grazing in which ruminant and non-ruminant herds are regularly and systematically moved to fresh pasture with the intent to maximize the quality and quantity of forage growth.

Grades and clades in hornless ruminant evolution: the reality of the Gelocidae and the systematic position of Lophiomeryx and Bachitherium..

Is present day science in ruminant nutrition relevant to clients' problems with emphasis on developing countries? The small ruminant dairy sector in the Mediterranean Basin is particularly typical of this situation.

Alderton notes that Capromys species have a three-chambered stomach somewhat similar to that of a ruminant rather than that of a typical rodent.

This task will focus on the grazing ruminant as the dominant agricultural land-use of hill LFA in the EU. The impacts of grazing will be described and novel management will be used to design decision support frameworks.

Often the ruminant animal has been accused of polluting the environment through methane production, but studies have shown that this is just a small contribution compared to gas emission from motor vehicles and machines.

Ideal as a ruminant feed.

Dalhousie University said all staff and animals were safely evacuated from the ruminant Animal Centre.

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