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cowboy

a conventional character of Wild West folklore, films, etc., esp one involved in fighting Indians

cowboy

[Sun, from William Gibson's cyberpunk SF] Synonym for hacker. It is reported that at Sun this word is often said with reverence.
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For Cowherd and Beach, these little setbacks do not dull the view of the big picture.
Applying the CIS model to the Cowherd emergency, the Mayor of Aurora, in partnership with CIS, made an appeal to local agencies to explore innovative ways of changing their delivery system.
Lord Krishna, shown as cowherd many times, is also known as Gopala (protector of cows).
Because the story depicts simple cowherd women enjoying intimate contact with Krsna without knowing he is God, scholars have often viewed the gopls and their spontaneous love as proof that bhakti is a democratizing force allowing all people, regardless of caste or gender, unmediated access to divinity and deliverance from samsara.
You can stay 30 minutes away at The Barn at Cowherd Shute Farm which sleeps five.
Today, Angus influence is at 60% of the cowherd base while 18% of progeny qualify for the brand that helped define value-based marketing.
The new edition of "The Writer's Block" will run after ESPN radio's "The Herd with Colin Cowherd.
Several local athletes and teams are finalists for the annual 710 ESPN Southern California Sports Awards, which will take place Thursday at The ESPN Zone in Anaheim and be hosted by LaDainian Tomlinson and Colin Cowherd.
By Kevin Cowherd Our neighborhood just held a community yard sale, an extravaganza at which folks demonstrate their community spirit by trying to dupe others into buying all the useless stuff they've been trying to get rid of for years.
These sentiments may have escaped Mr McDonald (not to mention Mr Wimpey and Mr Burger King) but they were eagerly embraced by the rather inappropriately named Rev William Cowherd.
Bernanos first planned to call his book A Dead Parish: A cowherd is mysteriously murdered, a young married couple commit suicide, the mayor goes mad With self-loathing, and the chatelaine, Mme.
Besides Blade on drums, the Brian Blade Fellowship comprises Jon Cowherd on piano and organ, Christopher Thomas on acoustic bass, Melvin Butler on alto and tenor sax, Myron Walden on alto sax, Jeff Parker on guitar, and Dave Easley on pedal steel guitar(