Definition of Kraaling
1. kraal [v] - See also: kraal
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Literary usage of Kraaling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report by Cape of Good Hope (Colony). Dept. of Agriculture (1907)
"Eradication of Scab also is largely dependent on the extermination of carnivorous jackals, owing to the necessity for kraaling as a means of preventing ..."
2. British Farmer's Magazine (1873)
"The inquiries I made on this subject satisfied me that kraaling horses at such a crisis is of very little benefit, unless the kraals are made on elevated ..."
3. Among the Boers; Or, Notes of a Trip to South Africa in Search of Health by John Nixon (1880)
"In South Africa the practice of kraaling the sheep at nights appears ... The reasons alleged for kraaling them are the expense of inclosing a sufficient ..."
4. Official Handbook & Catalogue of the Ceylon Courts: With Map and Illustrations by Ceylon (1893)
"These hide ropes must be considered as the strongest of any of the native-made cordage, hence their employment in kraaling, where they often have to resist ..."
5. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"... -kraaling is found. The animals not only display a really wonderful intelligence and the possession of those lovable qualities we are pleased to term ..."
6. Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa by George Thompson (1827)
"I found the lady of the mansion kraaling her flocks and herds, her lord being absent; and soon ascertained from her, that neither horses nor guides were to ..."
7. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1901)
"It will be apparent that the course was essentially a sporting one. In Natal, " kraaling" and ..."
8. The Zulus and the British Frontiers by Thomas J. Lucas (1879)
"... safely kraaling of the cattle. The presence of the cattle themselves is always an element of danger in Kaffir warfare. ..."