If a deaf man suddenly recovered his hearing at a cattle show, I am sure he would wish himself deaf again.
When we went to the cattle show we went up through the Centre.
I was only just sayin' I never see so many folks all at once since that time I was at the Brockton cattle show.
But no; Billy just looked at them as he would at a pen full of stock at a cattle show.
One might imagine that he was in an old-fashioned "cattle show" at home.
Well, Sam, your master and I are going up to London for the cattle show.
English commissioners came over and inspected the captive men as though picking out stock at a cattle show.
It was a pie she made with her own hands, and would have taken a prize for size at any cattle show.
These immense herds of cattle show to some extent the means of subsistence which the allies possessed.
The medal which the Agricultural Society bestows at the annual cattle show, is also handsome.
A convention or other occasion where political candidates display their notions, charisma, etc: raise money for themselves by holding ''cattle shows'' (1970s+)