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animal power

[′an·ə·məl ‚pau̇·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
The time rate at which muscular work is done by a work animal, such as a horse, bullock, or elephant.
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International Working Animal Day aims to raise awareness about the vital role that working animals continue to play in developing countries around the world today.
WORKING animals - such as horses, donkeys and camels - are fundamental in supporting the livelihoods of the world's poorest.
We need to recognise the massive contribution of working animals and ensure they get the veterinary treatment, respect and compassion they deserve.
SPANA, the Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad, which supports working animals of the world, is to hold an interactive Discovery Day at the venue on Sunday to generate cash for the charity's vital veterinary work.
The course is suitable for anyone with a young dog they wish to train up as a working animal.
I was humbled by his tenacity in flight and he was a good dependable working animal, who will be sorely missed.
She is part of the family and just like any retired working animal, is being looked after and cared for by the very people who have cared for her for most of her life.
The Welsh sheep dog has a distinctive red colour and is recognised as a hard working animal with plenty of stamina.
As a working animal, they had been rejected by farmers from the start of the 20th century: compared with border collies, the beardies were slower starters, showed less eye and had coats which tangled up.
They will appear at every performance, as will the Pony Club Mounted Games, the British Young Riders Dressage Display and the Golden Jubilee Display, which focuses on the horse as a working animal.
It mounts paintings by The Working Animals collective, composed of Aiya Balingit, Lawrence Canto, Keb Cerda, Ronson Culibrina, Dale Erispe, Johanna Helmuth, John Marin, Pow Marin, Yeo Kaa and Yani Unsana.