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  • Ah, you ask, what about the "free-range" words on Rosie's label?†   (source)
  • They will sell free-range, organic, grass-fed hamburgers if you demand it.†   (source)
  • More Big Organic MEET ROSIE, THE FREE-RANGE CHICKEN I visited Rosie the free-range organic chicken at her farm in Petaluma.†   (source)
  • An organic label does not guarantee that cattle have spent any time in a real pasture, any more than "free-range" chickens really range freely.†   (source)
  • Not being a huge fan of free-range goat milk, I was reluctant to try the mead, but the stuff in my goblet looked more like sparkling cider.†   (source)
  • While some Americans eat free-range chicken and organic produce, exercise regularly, and improve their health, most are consuming inexpensive processed foods, drinking large amounts of soda, and reducing their life expectancy.†   (source)
  • these States, the three and a half
    millions of square miles,
    The eighteen thousand miles of sea-coast and bay-coast on the main,
    the thirty thousand miles of river navigation,
    The seven millions of distinct families and the same number of dwellings—
    always these, and more, branching forth into numberless branches,
    Always the free range and diversity—always the continent of Democracy;
    Always the prairies, pastures, forests, vast cities, travelers,
    Kanada, the snows;
    Always these compact lands tied at the hips with the belt stringing
    the huge oval lakes;
    Always the West with strong native persons, the increasing density there,
    the habitans, friendly, threatening†   (source)
  • "Have done with these fooleries," said Don Quixote; "let us push on straight and get to our own place, where we will give free range to our fancies, and settle our plans for our future pastoral life."†   (source)
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