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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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Ford has a longstanding relationship with the state from working with the Dallas Cowboys for more than two decades to its longstanding ties with King Ranch, a Texas institution.
com)-- To celebrate the National Day of the American Cowboy this Saturday, July 27th, American Cowboy magazine announced the #KissACowboy contest on their Facebook page, http://facebook.
Dallas Cowboys fan Erik Alonzo of Monterrey, Mexico, visits Rangers Ballpark in Arlington as part of the tour package.
The link between gay men and the cowboy was starting to be broken, but men's magazines continued to rely on images of cowboys in hats and boots and nothing else to sell copies well into the 70's.
Cowboys are still very much a part of American culture today.
Two series later, DiLuigi scored on a 1-yard run with 14 seconds left in the first half to put Canyon up 20-7, and the Cowboys were off and running.
The cowboy poet keeps the Western spirit alive," said Deleeuw, who lives in Manti, Utah.
Singing Cowboys and Musical Mountaineers" is a very enlightening read regarding the roots of Country music and provides the definitive explanation and history of the connection between Country music [southern folk music] and cowboy hats.
Of all the outrages Hollywood has heaped on iconic American figures and history, this must be one of the worst, although it cannot alter the truth about what most cowboys and Western heroes were: archetypes of masculinity and courage.
The Deke Latham Memorial PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association) Rodeo is open only to professional rodeo cowboy athletes.
9)--announces a three-year pact making JC Penney the "official" retailer of Cowboy merchandise, with exclusive rights in five southwestern states to sell "traditional" Cowboy apparel (using blue, silver and white colors, as well as the team's star logo).
Leroy Watts, founding member of the association and editor of the book 'Missouri Cowboy Poetry', says that a cowboy poet is anyone who is a "cowboy at heart" and writes poems in rhyming, metered verse.