cattle market


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cattle market

n
slang Brit a situation or place, such as a beauty contest or nightclub, in which women are felt to be, or feel themselves to be, on display and judged solely by their appearance
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Nothing less than two fat sweltering one-pound notes that seemed to have been on terms of the warmest intimacy with all the cattle markets in the county.
From the next month, cattle market would start working at the new place in Mauza Jiswant Singh, with 10 washrooms and six water compounds, constructed to facilitate cattle breeders.
Not prepared: Traders decry lack of facilities at Asia's largest cattle market
A visit to Lala Kala cattle market revealed the peoples are taking keen interest in buffaloes, oxen, cows, goats and sheep transported form Punjab keeping in view of their good health despite its high prices.
government Cattle market in every district will give easy access to people in purchasing animals at affordable prices without worrying about Congo virus, Mitha Khan Kakar said while inaugurating cattle market set up by the livestock department.
'We are in the cattle market for the last six days to sell our animals, but we have noticed rush of customers for the first time today (Wednesday),' said Hazrat Jamal, a cattle dealer.
KARACHI -- The traders of sacrificial animals have been advise by the administration of the Asia's largest cattle market nearby the Hyderabad-Karachi Superhigh to take precutionary measures to cope with the situation in case of rain.
He issued the directives while chairing a high level meeting of Cattle Market and Management Company here on Wednesday.
MIRPURKHAS -- Hundreds of cattle traders blocked the main Hyderabad-Mirpurkhas Road and staged a sit-in outside the local press club and town police station here on Sunday to protest against attack on their cattle market in Mirpurkhas.
The most expensive cattle market in Chui region is the Sokuluk market, Ahmedakhunov said.
The Sharjah Municipality held meetings with the Sharjah Police, Ministry of Labour, Sharjah Naturalisation and Residency Department (SNRD) and Sharjah Department of Economic Development (SDED) to make preparations for Eid Al Adha in terms of controlling the markets, particularly the cattle market, and ensure that prices of sacrificial animals are not hiked illegally.
FARMERS in South Wales are campaigning against the proposed sale and redevelopment of an historic cattle market.