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Cowboy

A slang term for an employee who is hard to manage either because he/she does not work well with others, has a difficult personality, or for some other reason.
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Cowboys and cowgirls today wear many of the same types of clothes as cowboys of the late 1800s.
He also betrays no awareness of the ne western history, or of historians' interest in cowboys as part of Anglo-America expansion westward.
DALLAS -- Star Sports Tours today announced it has been selected by the Dallas Cowboys to be the team's "Official Fan Travel Partner.
DALLAS, May 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Cowboy Chicken -Wood Fire Rotisserie, the popular seven-unit Dallas-based fast casual brand, has been chosen number 25 of the "Top 100 Fast Casual Movers & Shakers of 2013" by the restaurant industry's Fast Casual Magazine, a monthly online magazine of the food service industry.
But that was hardly a shock, as the Cowboys scored 63 points in a first- round win over Royal last week and 62 in their regular-season finale against Valencia.
After Madam Bernard labels the homosexual cowboys "Marlboro men," you're ready to kick the coffin nails--or wonder what the critics who've embraced Brokeback are smoking.
OGDEN, Utah -- Each July during the National Day of the American Cowboy, cowboys from across the United States are honored for their contributions to promoting and preserving the cowboy way of life.
The new Cowboys Stadium is becoming a major demand generator for the hotel and area.
Look at what he has done at Lancaster, taking them to the finals,'' said Ingino, who led the Cowboys to the first two wins in their run of three in a row, after Gutierrez coached Canyon to Sylmar championships in 2001 and 2004.
Kansas' Biggest Rodeo: July 31-August 2, Phillipsburg: Hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls travel to Phillipsburg to duke it out for the gold belt buckle and the honor of being called Kansas' Biggest Rodeo Champion.
Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival Brings True Old West to Life
But gay cowboys were not accepted well through the 1960s, said Richard Rattenbury, rodeo historian at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.