mule driver


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Synonyms for mule driver

a worker who drives mules

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Not that the 67-year-old Neel, a retired Eugene architect and world champion mule driver, really knows what's going on inside the heads of the 1,500-pound animals that are, literally, half ass and half horse.
Besides this reference to Plutarch, the only other "classical" name Harris used--besides Remus's own name, doubtless derived from the Romulus and Remus legend--is that of Uncle Plato, a mule driver.
It once was the home of Albert Workman, an Australian mule driver and superintendent of the land, formerly known as Workman Ranch.
Jacobs thinks the public will be receptive to the event, which also will feature a chuck wagon pulled by mules with world champion mule driver Freddy Valentino at the reins.
House speaker Yiannakis Omirou said that more that 12,000 Cypriots enlisted voluntarily during World War I and most of them served at the Macedonian front, mainly as mule drivers and translators.
The term "miners" encompassed putters, mule drivers, labourers and topmen, as well as the most skilled hewers at the coal-face.
In the case of the mule drivers, the Coast Guard rules required them to get fancy biometric ID cards, presumably so an al Qaeda agent couldn't infiltrate their ranks and send a canal boat on a runaway ride on a fixed route at walking speed that doesn't really go anywhere.
1 -- color) Steve Edwards advises Karen Bodner in what is said to be the world's only class for mule skinners, or mule drivers.
Cypriot mule drivers were the first colonial troops sent to the Western Front.