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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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Who: Waddie Mitchell, a well-known cowboy poet, is one of the founders of the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nev.
He's performed with many of the top cowboy poets and singers across the country, many of whom are now good friends, including David Anderson, Waddie Mitchell, Baxter Black, Don Edwards, Sourdough Slim, Wayne Nelson and Fay Briscoe.
CAPTAIN Alison Waddie is at the forefront of war on Saddam.
Additional highlights include cowboys from Hungary, the Marshall Ford Swing Band (featuring Emily Gimble, granddaughter of Texas fiddle legend Johnny Gimble), songwriting legend Ian Tyson, the fiddlin' Quebe Sisters, Wylie and the Wild West, and renowned cowboy poets Waddie Mitchell, Baxter Black and Wallace McRae.
Featured performers include Baxter Black, Sons of the San Joaquin, Don Edwards, Waddie Mitchell and Hot Club of Cowtown.
They will join many Gathering favorites, including Ian Tyson, Waddie Mitchell, Baxter Black, the Quebe Sisters, Wylie and the Wild West, Paul Zarzyski and Wallace McRae.
NEWHALL - When asked to summarize the Cowboy Poetry Festival, storyteller and poet Waddie Mitchell tossed out a few lines of rhyme Sunday as the annual event trailed off into the sunset.
Biggest Scots deals were the sale of Edinburgh printers Waddie and the sale of Canongate Technology by S&N.