cowherd


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Synonyms for cowherd

a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback

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Tickets are $60, with a portion going to the Henry Cowherd Scholarship Fund.
When they find out that she's fallen in love with a mere mortal of a cowherd, they have her return to heaven.
"For the last fight Diaz made millions - he'll make more now DANA WHITE SPEAKING TO COLIN COWHERD
As long as they have the desire, give them the [academic] support they need to help them achieve in the classroom as well as their sport," continues Cowherd.
It has been estimated that over 70% of the dairy cowherd in the US alone are infected with MAP.
The subject of the third movement, entitled "Weaving Maid and Cowherd," is the popular romantic story of the encounter between a human being, a cowherd, and the weaving girl, who is the daughter of the Emperor of Heaven.
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He really should be called an English cowherd. Even the bulls enjoyed the game after a while.
The duo will replace ESPN Radio's The Herd with Colin Cowherd.
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Colin Cowherd is currently the host of "The Herd with Colin Cowherd" on ESPN radio.
It is another rags-to-riches story--Dick, the son of a cowherd, emigrates to America and makes his fortune though his moral rectitude and hard work--neatly offset by a counterpart account of a boy, Harry, sliding in the other direction.
Both the cowherd grazing communities and the agriculturists mainly used ceramic pottery for food making, water storage and eating utensils.