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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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I'll warrant ye," said the drover, "holds it and makes money out of it, and then turns round and brands the boy in his right hand.
That is to say, the Lord made 'em men, and it's a hard squeeze gettin 'em down into beasts," said the drover, dryly.
Better send orders up to the Lord, to make you a set, and leave out their souls entirely," said the drover.
So until recently I'd never realized how similar the life of the drover was to the life of the cowboy.
These included drover routes, for moving cattle to the English Midlands, and paths for moving tack sheep.
Drover was a Truck Driver for American Liquid Company in Rhode Island for 20 years until his retirement in 1996.
Set in Northern Australia around the time of the Second World War, Kidman is English aristocrat Lady Sarah Ashley who reluctantly employs the rough and ready Drover (Jackman) to help her save her failing cattle ranch.
Doug and his team at Donohoe Digital have really taken DD Poker to the next level with this release," said Glenn Drover, president and founder of Eagle Games.
Referee Aled Evans dished out penalties aplenty before Aberavon scored the first try of the game when centre Will Price went over near enough to the posts for former Drover James Garland to convert.
In the Carmarthenshire town of Llandovery you'll find a bronze statue of a drover.
Participants will be guided by experienced drovers, who may or may not look like the drover played by Hugh Jackman in Australia.