new pastures

new pastures

A new job or place to live that offers new experiences or opportunities. Starting next month, I'll be packing up my job with the newspaper and heading off to new pastures. I've loved living in New York City, but it's time to find new pastures.
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The migrating buffalo, which seeks new pastures in another latitude, is not extravagant like the cow which kicks over the pail, leaps the cowyard fence, and runs after her calf, in milking time.
The tail of the giraffe looks like an artificially constructed fly-flapper; and it seems at first incredible that this could have been adapted for its present purpose by successive slight modifications, each better and better, for so trifling an object as driving away flies; yet we should pause before being too positive even in this case, for we know that the distribution and existence of cattle and other animals in South America absolutely depends on their power of resisting the attacks of insects: so that individuals which could by any means defend themselves from these small enemies, would be able to range into new pastures and thus gain a great advantage.
The problem is they will be long gone to new pastures as they have the wealth to prosper.
NEW PASTURES: Omar Abdulrahman dons the Al Jazira jersey.
Rabat Former head coach of the national football team Herve Renard denied rumors that he will manage another African team after the Atlas Lions.In a Facebook post, the Frenchman said that, while he will be moving to new pastures, his new coaching post will not be on the African continent.
He said: "It is heartbreaking that we had to shut on Friday and Saturday this weekend as two of our chefs informed us of their decision to leave immediately to move to new pastures.
"The condition and playability of our courses has improved massively in the last five years thanks mainly to our previous course manager Bob Mackay who has moved on to new pastures.
The future looks bright for Wilson but the 22-year-old could be heading for new pastures, withLiverpoolreportedly slapping a [pounds sterling]25m price tag on the winger.
Rev Ruth Wood has been at Delves Community Baptist Church in Walsall for eight years, but now she is leaving to new pastures to Dewsbury, Yorkshire.
With the rest of the herd out eating their fill of succulent spring grass, who wanted to be left behind missing new pastures.
Durant, meanwhile, will enter free agency in the summer 6 (https://www.ibtimes.com/kevin-durant-addresses-free-agency-amid-knicks-rumors-warriors-2019-playoff-run-2785604) there is no doubt about that 6 but questions remain if he will sign a max contract with the Warriors or look for new pastures. Many are expecting the forward to leave the Bay Area and head to the Eastern Conference with the (https://www.ibtimes.com/nba-rumors-kevin-durant-kyrie-irving-debating-move-order-same-destination-2784589) New York Knicks, the leading contenders for his signature.
By exploring new pastures you will find success and happiness.
At the end of the programme, he said: "After a quarter of a century I'm off to new pastures, or to look in search of new pastures.
Releasing their debut album, Changing Places, in 2003, the Tord Gustavsen Trio went on to score a number one album in their native Norway with The Ground before Tord veered off to new pastures.
A total of 1,286 younger workers left the county from Bradford for new pastures. Overall, an estimated 51,728 people between the ages of 22 and 34 left Yorkshire for elsewhere in the UK in 2016/17, compared with 41,782 arriving in the county.
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