Cowherd


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An annual herb, the seeds of which contain saponins; it is analgesic, astringent, expectorant, laxative, and a secretagogue. It has been used for abscesses, chronic cough, headaches, menstrual disorders, paraesthesias, poor lactation in nursing mothers, and strokes
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Colin Cowherd is widely known as one of the most thought-provoking sports hosts in the country.
As long as they have the desire, give them the [academic] support they need to help them achieve in the classroom as well as their sport," continues Cowherd.
A A garden without weeds B A nursery school C A cowherd D A fireguard QUESTION 6 - for 6 points: What is the UK BT telephone dialling code 123 used for?
With a practiced eye, the prince, for his part, had immediately grasped Joschko's possibilities, and had taken the towering slab of a cowherd, whom he had found on a hunt somewhere in high Tatras, with him.
Cypresses and Pines (1913), a John Singer Sargent painting on Trinity House's stand, drew considerable acclaim when it was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1914, and no wonder--Sargent perfectly captures the gentle late afternoon heat in the Italian countryside, as a cowherd dozes in the foreground.
In the section on the Krishna avatara, several of this cowherd god's exploits (Krishnalila) are described and illustrated.
Quiet, gentle animals are always nicer to have in a cowherd than wild ones, and also do better in the feedlot, gaining weight more efficiently and not disrupting or upsetting the other cattle.
It is another rags-to-riches story--Dick, the son of a cowherd, emigrates to America and makes his fortune though his moral rectitude and hard work--neatly offset by a counterpart account of a boy, Harry, sliding in the other direction.
He did not want me then and even at 14, my father sent EoACAygoondas' (hoodlums) to kill me again but I was saved by a cowherd.
The reason for the optimism is a small and growing even smaller, beef cowherd and a strong uptick in exports.
The following Monday a cowherd became suspicious of the house's blacked-out windows.
Finally, this clarification isn't to brow-beat the media (for the record, Colin Cowherd incorrectly cited the percentage on air today, as well).