The stallion of my choice grazed with a filly and two yearlings a little apart from the balance of the herd and nearest to the forest and to me.
Nobs was between him and the main herd, to which the yearling and filly had already fled.
Tell her to bid the matrons gather at the temple of Minerva in the acropolis; let her then take her key and open the doors of the sacred building; there, upon the knees of Minerva, let her lay the largest, fairest robe she has in her house--the one she sets most store by; let her, moreover, promise to sacrifice twelve yearling
heifers that have never yet felt the goad, in the temple of the goddess, if she will take pity on the town, with the wives and little ones of the Trojans, and keep the son of Tydeus from falling on the goodly city of Ilius; for he fights with fury and fills men's souls with panic.
A fat yearling
rewarded a half hour of stealthy creeping and a sudden, savage rush, and it was late in the afternoon when the ape-man settled himself upon his haunches beside his kill to enjoy the fruits of his skill, his cunning, and his prowess.
Though a long way from his full growth, White Fang, next to Lip-lip, was the largest yearling
in the village.
At most times I am as a yearling
lamb, but when one cometh between me and my meat, I am a raging lion, as it were."
CHORUS With wool from fleece of yearling
heifer, that them skulking devils the Tetons stole, was the biggest coward among us all, and after her came your drivelling Doctor.
He has a ship of mine, and I want it, to cross over to Elis: I have twelve brood mares there with yearling
mule foals by their side not yet broken in, and I want to bring one of them over here and break him."
As soon as I had secured my two weak, rescued prisoners, and given them shelter, and a place to rest them upon, I began to think of making some provision for them; and the first thing I did, I ordered Friday to take a yearling
goat, betwixt a kid and a goat, out of my particular flock, to be killed; when I cut off the hinder-quarter, and chopping it into small pieces, I set Friday to work to boiling and stewing, and made them a very good dish, I assure you, of flesh and broth; and as I cooked it without doors, for I made no fire within my inner wall, so I carried it all into the new tent, and having set a table there for them, I sat down, and ate my own dinner also with them, and, as well as I could, cheered them and encouraged them.
Cub-Right is the right of the Yearling
. From all of his Pack he may claim Full-gorge when the killer has eaten; and none may refuse him the same.
That night Kotick danced the Fire-dance with the yearling