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Synonyms for plowboy

a boy who leads the animals that draw a plow


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Our objectives were to determine intraspecific interactions, resource selection, and movements of rabbits to aid reforestation efforts at Plowboy Conservation Area.
Bottomland restoration research at Smoky Waters and Plowboy Bend conservation areas in Missouri is using the root production method (RPM) system for growing trees.
The antagonist of the unlearned cleric, a cobbler's boy well versed in the English Bible, is a reincarnation of Tyndale's learned plowboy.
The reader encounters a mirror image of Tyndale's plowboy in the proto-Protestant Plowman of the Prayer and Complaint, who is an agrarian radical critical of abuses and doctrinal inadequacies of the medieval Church.
Tyndale had embraced Luther's idea that the Scriptures are as much for the plowboy as they are for the pastor.
At Plowboy Bend Conservation Area we collected radio telemetry locations from 23 rabbits (10 males and 13 females) during winter and spring for two years.
In it you'll find a link to an article from The Denver Post, as well as links to his two-part Plowboy Interview, which originally appeared in MOTHER EARTH NEWS in 1975.
Music Hip Swayers, Cosmic Slim & Intergalactic Plowboys, 7:30 p.
Read the diaries of Civil War-era plowboys who served in the Union and Confederate armies, and ask how they could have written so well, but today's students, no matter how affluent their school district, cannot.
Hannaford, which describes itself in a statement as "already a strong supporter of the maple-fest," will this year provide the opportunity for musician and children's storyteller Bill Shontz and bluegrass band Banjo Dan and the Mid-Nite Plowboys to perform.
I checked, and yes, that season the Rockford Rox finished second, six games behind the Moline Plowboys, two ahead of the Peoria Tractors.
William Tyndale translated the Bible so that the plowboys of Britain might read it, and was burned for the favor.
Unattributed, "Peachtree Road Big Leaguers: Frank Anderson Brought Plowboys, Waiters and School Kids to Oglethorpe and Turned Them into Big League Players," Atlanta Journal Magazine, 18 May 1941; "Paul Stowers," www.
Willy and Dan formed the celebrated Vermont bluegrass band Banjo Dan and the Mid-nite Plowboys in 1972, and have toured and recorded extensively in that context, as well as sitting in on shows and recording sessions for many of the region's top acoustic musicians.
This year's musical entertainment will include Beyond Blonde, The Don Campbell Trio, Aunt Mimi, Hooper and Beckwith, Ashley Jordan, California Dreamers, Pueblo Nuevo Band, Theatre III, New Hope Mime Troup, Native American Women Drummers, Banjo Dan and the Mid-Nite Plowboys, Colonial Spirit Chorus and Chair City Cloggers.