cattle drive


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driving a bovine herd (as cows or bulls or steers)

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Critique: Author Chet Cunningham deftly describes the conditions and perils of a cattle drive expertly laid out as a backdrop to an extraordinary western action/adventure saga filled with unexpected twists and turns leading to a penultimate conclusion of karmic justice.
WESTERN: Fort Worth cattle drive FEEDING TIME: With a longhorn COWGIRL: Kat gets in the saddle KILLER VIEW: JFK is said to have been shot from this 6th floor window
They get a chance to wrangle, ride and cattle drive but the men in suits must turn green when they meet Buck.
l North America - see the Grand Canyon on horseback, the Redwood Coast, the Rocky Mountains in Canada, visit a working ranch or do a cattle drive in Colorado or Montana, or a Renegade Ride in Wyoming.
His work is the first part of a trilogy that follows the journey of a slave who escapes from a plantation and joins a cattle drive out West.
The Great Australian Outback Cattle Drive celebrates the history of legendary Outback cattle drives, the aim of which was to take cattle from one point to another and have them arrive in better condition--or at least the same--compared to the beginning of the drive.
Three middle-aged businessmen join a cattle drive to take a break from the urban rat race and their own mid-life crises.
For dairy maids would cattle drive To summer pastures green, And in their hands a Rowan rod Protecting cattle from the evil eyne.
It wasn't until Wayne made director Howard Hawks' rugged tale of the first cattle drive up the Chisholm Trail that he became a full-fledged super-star.
The cruelty of strangers spurs a Homeric-style journey in which Fergus suffers in a workhouse, joins a band of outlaws that attacks the farm on which his father worked, joins a cattle drive to Dublin, sails to Liverpool, works the rail lines in Wales, and takes on a lover.
According to core samples it is more than 200 years old and was therefore a witness to Indian encampments, the region's early cattle drive era, and eventually the birth of the state capital city.
People associate barbed wire with Western development, but it was a latecomer compared to the first cattle drive.
Alongside film screenings, walking tours and exhibitions, LAB was launched and concluded by two parties: the inaugural Cattle Drive, Market and Family Picnic, where Clerkenwell's St John Street was closed to traffic and turfed to allow people (and cows) to momentarily reclaim the streets; and the Biennale's finale, Architecture Rocks, featuring performing architects in varying pop-idol guises.