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Synonyms for buckaroo

local names for a cowboy ('vaquero' is used especially in southwestern and central Texas and 'buckaroo' is used especially in California)

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Paul 37: Madison Ballard scored 18 points as the Dragons beat the Buckaroos at the St.
Singing softly to cattle on the trail or telling tall tales around a campfire may come naturally to anyone who's twirled a rope for a living, but standing under bright lights in an auditorium and reciting poetry to a live audience is a relatively new experience for most buckaroo bards.
In each issue, a page is dedicated to "Bowser Buckaroos Speak".
Lowell was 11-2 last year and both of its losses were to the Buckaroos by a combined 164-70.
But the Smackover Buckaroos have after the Stephens high school star ripped them for 36 points in a Feb.
As he attempts to undo the disaster he created, he learns some old-time cowboy skills from the "true buckaroos of the bunk house," who deliver good-natured teasing to "Bad-news Ben.
In the early 1970s, Brian Coll and the Buckaroos enjoyed huge popularity all over the country.
He always had a good band and the Buckaroos were a top class outfit.
They had regularly rubbed shoulders with the Beatles at shows and still recall with a laugh the crazy days that saw them all hiding in a band room, even tough guy John Lennon, while outside Teddy boy buckaroos were brawling.
If you think it's a stretch, transforming a country French place into a Western steakery, you're dead wrong, buckaroos.
Photo: Back near the saddle again: quartet of Nevada buckaroos shows off gear available at Elko-based J.
Paul 41, McKenzie 24: Natalie Stone scored 11 points to lead the Buckaroos to the nonleague win.
While I still treasure those early vinyl recordings that made such an impression on me, I am happy to have Buck Owens and The Buckaroos on CD these days to accompany me during the many hours I spend driving around the country.
The compilations feature 90 performances by Owens and his band, the Buckaroos, including such classic songs as Act Naturally; Love's Gonna Live Here; I've Got a Tiger by the Tail, and Together Again.
There are even a couple of unique, terrific Christmas tunes, making this the perfect last-minute gift for all the buckaroos on your list.