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wether

a male sheep, esp a castrated one
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When purchasing a wether as a pet or brush-eater, ask the seller when the kid was castrated.
Of these, about 2,200 wethers were slaughtered to provide detailed carcass quality data, and 2,600 ewes are being evaluated for their maternal characteristics.
The Spanish goat, at that time, gave the wether the muscle, while the Nubian contributed the overall size, length of body, and structural correctness.
VICTORY: Teesside's Roger Williams on his way to winning the intermediate class at Wether Hill Farm
The Scot, still to win a Major, is weighing up wether to use a new putter with a hole in the middle.
A younger or out of condition wether can do about 20% of its body weight.
The decision wether or not to undertake the conversion to a commercial bank will depend on the economic and regulatory climate at that time, among other factors.
It remains to be seen wether the company could have made more monies over the long term using this business as a "cash cow" and cultivating its installed base for revenue.
However, I struggle to see their long-term future on this sort of LFA unit when the options are very limited, particularly when it comes to the wether lambs that are going away for considerably less money than white faced finished wethers are making.
Add Matter: After completing 87 percent of his passes in the final, Matter was asked wether he'd ever been that accurate, even in his backyard.
Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky was concerned wether the consultant, which had contracts with Los Angeles International Airport, could be objective in studying expansion at other regional airports.