- n farm consisting of a large tract of land along with facilities needed to raise livestock (especially cattle)
- v manage or run a ranch
Her husband is ranching in Arizona
- Exclusive PTI photos of Bush at work at his Crawford, Texas, ranch.
- Because an anonymous call from inside the ranch alleged that the kids were in danger of physical and emotional abuse, given the ranch culture of young girls, older men and arranged .
- He was the second son of the seventh Earl of Airlie, who took him to Colorado on a visit in 1879, when Lyulph was a wild young blood of 18, and bought him a ranch near Greeley.
- Richard Branson in BBC News
Steve is a tough old boot. I suspect he is waiting by his plane right now for someone to pick him up,Mr Branson said. "The ranch he took off from covers a huge area and Steve has had far tougher challenges to overcome in the past. Based on...
- Julian Bond in Lexington Dispatch
While we are happy to have sent a certain radio cowboy back to his ranch, we ought to hold ourselves to the same standard,Bond said. "If he can't refer to our women as `hos,' then we shouldn't either."
- Mike Holmgren in Bleacher Report
You'd have to mortgage the ranch,said Holmgren. "In the real world, we're probably going to go in a different direction."