Wild Definition

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1. “The Corps operations around the country include land and water resources vital to birds and wildlife,” said John Flicker, national president of the Audubon Society. 1
2. 'Mr. Mendoza was not just a wild-card crazy man, ' said Mr. Fink. 'In a society without recourse for justice, people will do crazy things. ' 0
3. 'The money is used mainly to develop protection for wild pandas, ' said Zhang Hemin, director of the Wolong Nature Reserve Giant Panda Protection Center in China. 1
4. " Ao -- " The old wolf wails mournfully toward the wilderness time and again. 1
5. " Farni: "I wouldn't rule out a cheeky wildcard at Phillip Island further down the line. 1
6. " I used to start them in the open land also, where they had come out of the woods at sunset to "bud" the wild apple trees. 1
7. "I am deadened and heartsick beyond words to consider a life without Mary Travers and honored beyond my wildest dreams to have shared her spirit and her career, " he said. 1
8. "IN GOD'S wildness lies the hope of the world, " opined John Muir, the great (Scottish-born) American naturalist and defender of Yosemite National Park. 1
9. "It proved to be distinct from every known wild species of yeast, but was 99.5 percent identical to the non-ale yeast portion of the lager genome," said Hittinger. 1
10. "On an occasion of this kind it becomes more than a moral duty to speak one's mind. It becomes a pleasure" (Oscar Wilde). 0
11. "Tell me the weight of a snowflake, "a titmouse asked a wild dove. 1
12. "The allegation is an utterly cock-and-bull story about the Chinese military based on a wild guess and illogical reasoning, " the English-language Xinhua commentary said. 1
13. "The primary attractions were the gorgeous scenery and plentiful but decile wildlife, " Fejfar said. 1
14. "There is a remote possibility that it is a melanistic pure wildcat," said Dr Hetherington. 1
15. "These are in-your-face-mountains," saysTom McDonald, Fish, Wildlife, Recreation and Conservation Division manager forthe Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. 0
16. "They had wild sheep, wild grains that could be domesticated—and the people with the potential to do it, " Schmidt says. 2
17. "Think about it, " he wrote: "Could John Wayne ever have taken Normandy, Iwo Jima, Korea, the Gulf of Tonkin, and the entire wild West on a diet of quiche and salad?" 1
18. "Thirteen?" he guessed wildly. 1
19. "This was a fun artist concept to develop because it was so wildly different from our usual work," Pyle says. 1
20. "Villagers were cultivating crops right on their path and were responsible for the changing food habits of elephants, " said Shakti Ranjan Banerjee of the Wildlife Protection Society of India. 0
21. "We are all at the mercy of a falling tile, " Julius Caesar reminds us in Thornton Wilder's Ides of March. 0
22. "We know anthrax infection can occur in wild and domestic animals, but in humans this disease is extremely rare and very dangerous. It is a bioweapon, " said John Kearney, Ph. 1
23. "We may be witnessing an epidemic in the Amur tiger population," Dale Miquelle, director for the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Russia Program, told the Guardian. 0
24. 50 years ago Alexander Kira was a voice in the wilderness, and we still have learned almost nothing from him. 1
25. 6I looked into it and saw four-footed animals of the earth, wild beasts, reptiles, and birds of the air. 1
26. A 1964 act defines wilderness, rather poetically, as "an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammelled by man". 1
27. A 73-acre site at Black Snib, near Carlisle, had been provisionally designated because of its rare plants and wildlife. 1
28. A band played salsa, and spectators danced wildly. 1
29. A barbary duck is a cross between a wild duck and an ordinary duck. 1
30. A big jar of purple wild flowers and eucalyptus stood on the top of a pile of library books. 1

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