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strays

[strāz]
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Some conjectured that the band of Indians, whose trail they had discovered in the neighborhood of the stray horse, had been lying in wait for them in some secret fastness of the mountains; and were about to attack them on the open plain, where they would have no shelter.
May came, and stray last-year's mosquitoes, full-grown but harmless, crawled out of rock crevices and rotten logs.
A piece of stray drift-ice thumped against the boat and grated along its side.
Every person in the house felt that there was so sense in their living together, and that the stray people brought together by chance in any inn had more in common with one another than they, the members of the family and household of the Oblonskys.
Nothing clings like a suspicion in the mind of a conscientious young man that he has been allowing his heart to stray from its proper anchorage.
I know what thou want'st stray linen drying on hedges, and stray poultry, eh?
While some consider stray dogs a menace and propose that they be culled or caged, others feel that the rise in population of strays is because of poor garbage management by local bodies.
Strays isn't just a dog story; it's about the changes a pet brings into the life of Iris, a teen who is angry at the world.
e cash-strapped council is axing its out-of-hours service from April 1, meaning dog wardens will only be available to collect strays between 9am and 5pm from Monday to Friday.
In East Delhi, the number has crossed 90,000 and in North Delhi there are more than one lakh strays.
I am the founder of Bahrain Strays, and I have been feeding dogs in many areas of Bahrain for more than 15 months - and I never noticed that feeding dogs has any relevance or would add to an over population
OWNERS are being urged to get their four-legged friends micro-chipped as new figures for the number of strays found across Teesside are released.