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drove

1. a narrow irrigation channel
2. a chisel with a broad edge used for dressing stone

drove

A mason’s chisel having a blade from 2 to 4 in. (5 to 10 cm) broad; a boaster.
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Just before the break, Drovers lock Bryn Griffiths followed him into the sin-bin after a dangerous tackle to leave the score at 16-0.
A yellow card for wing Aaron Warren early in the second half for a tip tackle further weakened the Drovers and replacement Craig Evans gave the Quins their first points with a close-range penalty.
Pat Glass MP said: "Pubs like the Jolly Drovers are an important part of our local community, with the creation of 30 local jobs and use of local businesses and suppliers to source their produce.
Creating a sense of community Drovers House has also been specially designed to create 'community living' with the 75-room facility split into six separate households.
The Drovers once again started strongly, fly-half James Garland slotted a penalty to cut the hosts' lead.
These were planted by drovers as direction markers across open land.
We were the first to build on what is now a huge industrial estate and the city council decided that Drovers Lane should have a more industrial connotation.
Modern cowboys will trail cattle on the very same route used by original drovers, bed down the cattle on historic grounds and camp at the very same cow camps that made the cowboy famous over a century ago.
Mr Strang, from Glasgow, said: "We have been drinking at the Drovers for around five years.
The Drovers Burton office will be relocated to John German's Lichfield Street branch and the Kegworth office will remain open.
It makes it five bonus points out of five for Pontypridd, while the sheer manner of the victory against a Drovers side who had started the season with four straight wins, sends a clear message to the rest of the division that they are in no mood to surrender their crown easily.