herdsman


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HERDSMAN I was, a thrall, not purchased but home-bred.
HERDSMAN I did; and would that I had died that day!
"It is Christmas Eve," says he, "I mark the date; here I sit alone on a rude couch of rushes, sheltered by the thatch of a herdsman's hut; I, whose inheritance was a kingdom, owe my night's harbourage to a poor serf; my throne is usurped, my crown presses the brow of an invader; I have no friends; my troops wander broken in the hills of Wales; reckless robbers spoil my country; my subjects lie prostrate, their breasts crushed by the heel of the brutal Dane.
I am not to be a herdsman, I am not to be a grave-digger.
'A herdsman you cannot call a poor man because he's moving with cows that worth millions of naira but if he treks thousands of kilometres you cannot distinguish him from a poor man so that he has not succeeded in killing poverty and poverty has not succeeded in killing him.
UMERKOT -- A 50-year-old herdsman on Tuesday committed suicide by hanging himself on a mango-tree in a remote village near Kunri city of district Umerkot.
The herdsman wants food for his cattle; the farmer wants his farm produce to feed his family." (12) There have been calls for the sultan to make a personal intervention, appealing to the Fulani's respect for "true leaders and their traditional institutions." (13) The sultan, however, like the cattle associations representing the herders, claims that those involved in the violence are "foreign terrorists ...
To assess herdsmen's ability to correctly identify FMD and to compare the sensitivity and specificity of herdsman reporting with that of serologic testing, we conducted a cross-sectional study of FMD on the Adamawa plateau, the major cattle-rearing area of Cameroon.
Herdsman and Pinerolo were their two winners, with Mania donning Festival-winning silks on both occasions as Herdsman is owned by Trevor Hemmings and Pinerolo runs in the old Mister McGoldrick colours.
"I cannot calculate the amount of money I spent on alcohol," said Kipise Lourolkeek, 53, a Maasai elder who as a young herdsman in the 1970s was injured by an exploding object that he picked up.
Moreover, understanding even the fundamental representative anecdote of herdsmen and their lives in modal terms allows Alpers to present a persuasive case for figures he calls "pastoral speakers" and "shepherd-equivalents," both of whom devolve from the literary shepherd, and "whose function and presence are like those of the herdsmen of traditional pastoral" (186), but who either are "not represented as a herdsman or similar humble figure" (185), or are "socially humble figures who may not be identified with the country and its occupations" (186).
RESPITE may be coming the way of farmers in Oyo State as a law which prescribes death for any herdsman who launches an onslaught on farmlands and kills in the process is being proposed.
Such herdsman is expected to apply for one year lease of land from the owner, and get the consent of the Ministry of Environment which will carry out an environmental impact assessment before issuance of the permit.
Tinubu, the former governor of Lagos States said, kidnapping is not peculiar to any ethnic group or a particular set of people in Nigeria, as he rhetorically asked, if Evans, the 'billionaire kidnapper,' whose real name is Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, arrested by the police in 2017, and currently under trial for kidnapping, was a herdsman.
Suddenly, a Fulani herdsman stopped me, he demanded I gave him money and I told him I didn't have money on me.