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(2) Every farmer knows how to yoke the oxen together.
(3) Two oxen yoked to a plough walked wearily up and down the field.
(4) In those days the land was plowed by oxen.
(5) The oxen were shot or poleaxed.
(6) He is as strong as oxen.
(7) There were several oxen on the road.
(8) Old oxen have stiff horns.
(9) In this area oxen are used to pull carts.
(10) The farmer yoked the oxen.
(11) The drover walked alongside the oxen, gently tapping them with his stick.
(12) The famer yoked the oxen to the plow.
(13) A pair of oxen, yoked together, was used.
(14) He yoked the oxen to the plough.
(15) You sometimes see oxen pulling carts in southern Europe.
(16) After a long desert journey the oxen became much petered.
(17) Larger browsers and grazers include hares, rabbits, musk oxen, and reindeer and caribou.
(18) So officials rigged up a team of oxen to drag it back to the bridge site, where it was then reinstalled.
(19) So I borrowed a yoke of oxen and plowed an adjoining field.
(20) The strength of the horses and oxen was on display, as was the speed and grace of the harness horses.
(21) They now have no less than 12 oxen and in material terms are pulling away from their neighbours. Sentencedict.com
(22) Ploughs are pulled by tractors, or in some countries by oxen.
(23) As a farmer, you should learn how to yoke the oxen together.
(24) As the name implies, Oxford was the place at which oxen could ford the river.
(25) We watched as the farmer hitched up a team of oxen.
(26) Koju was an illiterate villager who had spent his life in the desert ploughing dust with oxen.
(27) A-bar-gi, possibly her husband, in a wagon drawn by oxen.
(28) Finally, he shows off the pioneer wagon, a huge lumbering cart drawn by oxen.
(29) He made rounds throughout the night, checking on the oxen and buffaloes tethered in the field.
(30) To draw a heavy plough through wet clay soil, a pair of oxen, yoked together was used.