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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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We don't spend that much time traveling, so that gives our staff more time to work with the athletes," says Cowherd.
Since Ray County does not have a dietician, Cowherd jumps in to provide that type of information for her diabetic patients.
The idea for Cowherd Community Partners came from a student survey conducted during the 1995-96 academic year.
So everyone, from cowherd to checkout operator, faces challenges like they've never seen before.
Sarah McNeill, a descendant of Highland Scots defeated in bloody battle by the English in 1746, lived past her nineteenth birthday with her parents and their cowherd, Hermie, on an adequately prosperous farm dominating the western heights of Alderney - the three square miles of rugged terrain off the tip of Normandy, infinitely smaller than the better-known Channel Isles, Jersey and Guernsey.
And he relates the story of Caedmon, the illiterate cowherd who became, with the encouragement of the royally-born Abbess Hilda, England's first Christian poet.
Krishna, Master of All Mystics (Greene, 1981) and Agha the Terrible Demon (Wilson, 1977) narrate exploits from the childhood of Krishna when he was a cowherd in Vrindavan.
Prior to joining the firm, Cowherd served as a managing director at Peter J.
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com/2013/07/16/paul-george-is-happy-where-hes-at-not-looking-for-real-estate-in-l-a/) interview with ESPN's Colin Cowherd, George admitted that he'd consider going to the Lakers.
Written by Don Larsson, it tells the story of cowherd Mory, who rides a motorcycle mounted with a cow's skull, and university student Anta, who meet in Dakar, Senegal's capital.
Both the cowherd grazing communities and the agriculturists mainly used ceramic pottery for food making, water storage and eating utensils.