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.
And Rossi, the old warhorse is still clinging onto a dream that he can gallop to one last title success before new pastures beckon.
National coach Shin will be happy for Ki to seek new pastures to stay fit and fresh ahead of the World Cup.
After transforming the fortunes of the idyllic racecourse during his seven years in charge, Garratt is moving on to new pastures in a similar role at Kelso.
Whether it is a fleeting but positive experience of a company's recruitment process; a long tenure full of development opportunities and great managers; or a respectful, painless and positive move to new pastures, other people are likely to hear about it.
The squad needs some thinning out and some lads need to be leaving now and heading for new pastures.
Ifor Williams Trailers, based in Corwen in Denbighshire, were "udderly" delighted to step into the breach for CowParade Surrey and ensure the world's best-dressed fibreglass heifers had a VIP transfer to their new pastures in the back of one of their trailers.
Meanwhile, Fulani leaders say they are the victims, and that they have no choice but to migrate to seek new pastures and escape the violence of terrorist group Boko Haram.
Dover will also be without Tom Murphy (Maidstone), Liam Bellamy (Aldershot) and Andy Rafferty (Spennymoor Town) who have all left for new pastures, but has brought in Jim Stevenson from Aldershot and former Forest Green keeper Steve Arnold.
Species richness was significantly greater in remnant prairie, prairie restorations and old fields than in active pastures, new pastures and crop fields.
This is their home and it must be almost impossible for them to find new pastures, particularly when generations of creatures and birds have inhabited the same areas for years.
Flea markets, garage sales, car boot sale or Sunday markets - these new pastures of retail pleasure are attracting bargain hunters in droves.
Forwards coach Shade Munro is departing this summer after 12 years of creating a winning culture at Glasgow, Alastair Kellock is hanging up the boots after nine years as skipper and veteran hooker Dougie Hall too, while DTH van der Merwe, Sean Maitland, Niko Matawalu and Jon Welsh are among others heading to new pastures.
You're ready to explore new pastures and your family and friends will encourage you.
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