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In the News (Mon 22 Apr 19)

  
 Neatsfoot oil
Poisoning caused by an overdose of neatsfoot oil.
Neatsfoot oil is generally considered to be nontoxic.
Recovery is likely, because neatsfoot oil is relatively nontoxic.
www.drugscatalogue.com /diseases/N/Neatsfoot_oil.html   (148 words)

  
 Cattle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Some Australian, Canadian, New Zealand and Scottish farmers use the term "cattlebeast" or simply "beast".
Obsolete terms for cattle include "neat" (horned oxen, from which "neatsfoot oil" is derived), "beef" (young ox) and "beefing" (young animal fit for slaughtering; see "Where's the beef?
Cattle raised for human consumption are called beef cattle.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cattle   (2492 words)

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