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The carcass of the black-faced ewe, one of 20 sheep kept in an enclosure near Spreckels Lake during the Christmas season, was discovered yesterday by a watchman near the Pacific Rod and Gun Club at Lake Merced.
Myra Ambroglia went into the adult division with a Lincoln ewe.
The Associated Press reports the jumping sheep was an ewe, or female.
Nearby sits the preternaturally vivid head of a ewe in sandstone, almost life-size and perhaps the oldest object at over 5,000 years.
With hands stretched wide, Meng Baoyindaogetao backs the ewe into a corner, seizes it by the horns and swings his leg over its back.
She was cloned using somatic cell nuclear transfer from a cell taken from a 6-year-old ewe.
A Holstein cow can supply nine gallons a day; a good ewe, on a good day, may part with three quarts.
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: a female sheep
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