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cowboy

a conventional character of Wild West folklore, films, etc., esp one involved in fighting Indians
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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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"Tequila Cowgirl" is taken from Cherish Lee's forthcoming 2018 release of the same name.
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In addition to Chocolate Gravy, The Cowgirl Gourmet offers TeenTeen's Tea Cake Mix and gourmet coffees, and a buttermilk biscuit mix coming soon.
The recipe is based on one in Cowgirl Creamery Cooks.
"We are proud to be the first public venue for this important historic exhibition of the work of one of our newest Honorees," said Patricia Riley, executive director of the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame.
UNIFORMLY Madge as soldier, cowgirl and cheerleader
WHOA there cowgirl. Gemma Twinberrow, 27, of Guisborough, models New Look's biker jacket, PS34.99, T-shirt, PS7.99, maxi skirt, PS16.99, boots, PS27.99, fashion scarf, PS7.99, and belt, PS4.99.
A GLOBETROTTING cowgirl is preparing for the ride of her life.
Check out an encore benefit performance Saturday of Springfield playwright Dorothy Velasco's musical "Cowgirl Heaven." The one-night-only show, which just finished a run at Very Little Theatre, will be at the Wildish Theater, 630 Main St., Springfield.
Possibly best known for her turn as the lesbian feminist cowgirl Bonanza Jellybean in Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Rain Phoenix now fronts the alternative band Papercranes.
For all girls who have ever wanted a pony, the Sisters, Oregon author (The Cowgirl's Cookbook) shares the stories and vintage photographs of women "fancy riders" who have participated in Wild West shows and rodeos since the early 1900s.