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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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Timothy Haddon, Chairman of the Board of Thompson Creek, stated, "I am pleased that Kevin Drover is joining the Thompson Creek Board of Directors.
INSET: A map of old drovers trails WHEREVER you walk in the Welsh countryside you will come across an extensive network of old and new paths.
Drover observed their 54th wedding anniversary on Nov.
WarQuest has truly been a labor of love," said Drover.
Drugs that are off-patent have no value for big pharmaceutical companies," said Drover.
Llandovery included centre Jack Roberts, the April Premiership Player of the Month - the fifth Drover to carry off the award this season, following in the boots of Rhodri Williams, Shaun Miles, Matthew Jacobs and Kieran Murphy.
Although they are the Drover's choir, there is not a drover amongst them.
THIS West Walian derby went the way of the Drovers, who followed up their 32-8 September win with an identical score at Parc y Scarlets.
THE Quins had beaten the Drovers twice this season at the Park - in the British & Irish Cup qualifier and in the Principality Premiership - but this time they were outplayed by their Tywi Valley rivals Llandovery's season looked to have been spluttering to a halt with nothing to aim for, but they played with huge gusto and invention to run out conclusive seven tries to one winners Both sides were in positive mood and Llandovery got a fine opening try when a quick tap penalty and pass from scrum-half Lee Rees saw fly-half James Garland race in.
The Jolly Drovers, near Consett in County Durham, marked the occasion with a visit from North West Durham's MP Pat Glass.
The Jolly Drovers had been closed for two years and has now been relaunched by licensees Michelle and Brian Proud.