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Raddle

["On the Design of Large Distributed Systems", I.R. Forman, Proc 1st IEEE Intl Conf Comp Langs, pp.25-27 (Oct 1986)].
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Raddle. 'Why don't you go down and knock 'em every one downstairs?
Raddle pacifically, 'but they have the advantage of me in numbers, my dear.'
Raddle, thrusting her nightcap over the banisters just as Mr.
Advertiser readers can find my story about Airdrie High Street and Mitchell Street in 1930-1965 in volume 15 of the Raddle, the journal of Monklands Heritage Society, in Airdrie library.
Every day we go to the sheep, taking a morsel of high energy feed for Trevor the tup to keep his pecker up and distract him whilst we daub the coloured raddle on his brisket.
I owned a '52 Gleaner AR (R for raddle chain in place of straw walkers) with a 6-cylinder Ford flathead engine.
I haven't done this myself, but some of the older shepherds used to speak of it as the best thing to mix with "raddle," the red powder to rub on a ram's chest at breeding time so that when he leaves the ewe, there's a red mark on her back so the shepherd will know when to expect the lamb(s).
What she has left to quilt, knit, tat, crochet, weave, braid, pleat, plait, raddle, or wattle, my imagination doesn't extend that far.
He was born to Thomas and Ella (nee Shields) Korando on July 18, 1927 in Raddle, Illinois.
The sheep taken are Blackface Ewes and Cheviots breeds with a distinct red raddle mark across their shoulder.
Andrew Sawyer of Alnorthumbria Vets of Alnwick says: "It's important to keep a check on progress and the first indicator is the raddle marks on the ewes.