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1 The plan to cull large numbers of baby seals has angered environmental groups.
2 Environmentalists claim there is no reason to cull seals.
3 The cull is thought to have cost many farmers their livelihoods.
4 National newspapers cull their stories from all over the country - often, indeed, from all over the world.
5 But when they were assured that the cull was carried out humanely, almost 70 % voiced support.
6 It recently launched a program to cull the academic community for new technologies that will help ease the gridlock.
7 The latest cull brings the number of sheep and lambs killed in the Brecon Beacons national park since last week to 6,500.
8 The first will almost certainly necessitate a major cull of the 140 committees.
9 A cull of 1,000 middle managers should lop a further ￡225m off costs.
10 The Huskies continued to cull the best athletes in the West and brought them to Seattle.
11 Most farmers accept the cull as heartbreaking, but a necessary evil.
12 Then the bans on the cull grenade, released at the same time, came into effect for all species of whales.
13 Lesley-Anne Cull, who is writing a parents' handbook on the subject, would like to hear from you.
14 There has been no obvious cull of the past in the name of modernity.
15 It was the centrifuge that yielded the last cull, a final ounce of bits of metal.
16 Beekeepers can cull out defensive colonies, fortunately, and select only the most gentle characteristics.
17 The cull of up to 500 animals using tranquillizer darts followed by lethal injection would begin within two weeks, military spokesman Brigadier Andrew Nikolic said.
18 Environment Secretary David Miliband told parliament the cull should be finished later on Monday.
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20 Each autumn, the villagers will cull the sick members of the herd.
21 We cull information from opinion leaders across professional disciplines, including forensic psychiatry, psychopharmacology, and neurology.
22 Cull out, that is, remove back faces; assume counterclockwise winding order for primitives.
23 It is usually good practice to cull the poorest prior to field planting.
24 The main control strategy is to rapidly cull infected poultry and minimise direct contact with humans.
25 We learn by listening and cull out the suggestions that we feel help us enjoy and improve at fitness swimming.
26 To save remaining herds and habitat, the national parks department is planning to cull 2000 elephants.
27 If it hadn't been so quiet, it could have been Paddington station during a commuter cull.
28 Meanwhile, the Montana state government seems unlikely to take on the call for translocation and a reduced cull.
29 A report had been received by his inspector that a discreet cull of the wild ducks on Hury Reservoir was under way.
30 We need to do more research into their population, and we may need to cull more.