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The government can’t pass an emergency bill on the mink cull without a three-quarters majority, meaning the opposition has the scope to block the plan.
The mink industry, while angered by the proposed cull, signaled it would ultimately have few choices.
Though there is little transmission to humans, the culls will put a further economic burden on the agriculture sectors as economic crises mount.Denmark is culling millions of furry minks to extinguish a worrying COVID-19 outbreak|kdunn6|November 5, 2020|Fortune
White-bread ISIS recruits, culled from the wastelands of Web 2.0, call that tidy division into terrible question.
Freeman never consented to the story; the newspaper culled its content from an MTV interview.
We are all used to on a current basis of animals being culled in the wild.
Her songs, which she cowrote with songwriter-producer Joel Little, are all culled from real-life experiences.Meet Lorde, the 16-Year-Old Singer Poised to Take Over Pop Music|Marlow Stern|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Here are six questions (and answers) culled from our conversation.'Bridesmaids' Director Paul Feig on Feminism, Rebel Wilson & More|Anna Klassen|April 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The following day he culled a log in another and distant skidway whose butt showed a slant of a good six inches.
The day following he culled another of the same sort on still another skidway.
Much of the substance of what we have written has been culled from the pages of that fascinating volume.The Ocean and its Wonders|R.M. Ballantyne
Dey is worsern jack-lanterns 'ticin' de culled fokses furder und furder into misery.The Broken Sword|Dennison Worthington
The facts respecting these three edifices have been culled from ancient parchments which would fill a large wheelbarrow.The King's Post|R. C. Tombs